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Our task in this country is to do
our best, to serve our nation's
interest as we see it, and not to
be swayed from our course by
the fainthearted or the un-
knowing. . .
Is that gun pointed at an unsuspecting Mr.
Harrison? —Mr. Harrison, Pat Power, Bonnie
Bahrt, Howard Barnhart
"Humph ! ! '
Vick Riley. Natalie Robar, Bill
This year's Senior Class Play,
Vacancy in Paradise, was a contempo-
rary romantic comedy written by John
Under the direction of Mr. Tred-
well Harrison, the seniors worked hard
to strengthen their acting technique in
order to present a worthwhile and en-
The cast of this year's play included
Howard Barnhart, Lauren Villeneuve,
Vicki Riley, Kathi Dutson, Andy White-
head, Lee Ryder, Pat Power, Mike
Brown, Mike Kelley, Suzanne Greene,
Bonnie Bahrt, Mary Ann Malcolm, Lor-
raine Flannigan, Marilyn Bates, Bill
Hanley, Grace Hall, Roberta Ritchie,
Natalie Robar, and Monika Karcz.
Dick Josephs, Alan Fillebrown, and Edward Coleran work backstage.
On May 8, 1964, a beautiful spring
night, the Weymouth High School Sen-
ior Prom was held at the Surf Ballroom,
Xantasket. Everyone dined and danced
throughout the night to music of Baron
Hugo and his orchestra. One of the
highlights of the evening was the Grand
March, led by Frank Wisneski and
Linda Badavas, which was immediately
followed by the crowning of Sheryl
Adams and Joseph Hassan as king and
queen. It was truly a night to remember.
Mr. Robert West. Miss Kathleen Sinnott, Miss Mary
McMorrow. Miss Helen Norris and Mrs. Susan
Carroll greet the couples.
Dan Dweir, Linda Crocker, Christine Stevens, and Dennis Tarrant, enjoying
Linda Badavas and Frank Wisneski lead the Grand March.
Best Dressed: Dnda Freaney, Steve Gladis
Dave LeKorte. Ellen W hiting and Christine Stevens dancing
to the music of the Travellt s
Pat Power and Patty Wirtz do the Monkey.
Pat Brown, Charlotte Dillon, Howard Barnhart, Susan Hurd, Gil Bouley and
Gene Smith sit one out.
The Traveller belt out a song.
The seniors file to the awards assembly.
Mr. Fisher and Miss Nash present athletic awards.
THREE YEAR HIGH HONORS
Linda Frances Durkee
Barbara Anne Fairbanks
Stephen Demetrio Gladis
Verna Mae Jenkins
Lorraine Joan Karcz
Dorothy Linda Loud
George Edward Manning
Jane Marie Pisciottoli
Roberta Ann Ritchie
Natalie Eleanor Robar
Gail Linda Robbins
Sandra Ann Robson
Esther Ruth Rosenthal
Richard Elwood Sharp
Donna Lee Sliva
Lois Barbara Teed
Barbara Ann Tekin
Robert Lawrence Whittle
THREE YEAR HONORS
Paul Everett Adams
Sheryl Ann Adams
James Dudley Asher, Jr.
Howard Richman Barnhart
Brenda Jane Barton
Jean Adele Bevilaqua
Suzanne Linda Billings
Diane Dauwes Bishop
Linda Margaret Brenner
Michael David Brown
Arnold Edward Brucker. Jr.
Carole Ann Burns
John Francis Burns. Jr.
Joanne Marie Burton
Larry Dennis Callaghan
Paul Hayes Cameron
Katherine Marie Campbell
Mary Margaret Cheverie
Maria Concetta Chiano
Nancy Ann Clark
Robert Griffith Clark, Jr.
Susan Joan Clark
Flora Roberta Clayton
Linda Louise Crocker
Janet Clair Danielson
Susan Mae Darling
Margaret Ruth DeBuigny
Bruce Harwin Dewar
Richard Earl Dowds
Ralph Mason Eastman
Anne Marie Flaherty
Diane Ruth Foster
Paula Jane Foster
Carol Louise Fulton
John Leo Gambell
Pauline Elizabeth Gifford
Judith Allison Gilpatrick
Donna Ann Goodwin
Grace Anne Hall
William Barry Hanley
Ruth Vivian Hart
Donald Peter Haviland
Robert Richlee Haynes
Diane Cheryl Huebener
William Carter Humberd
Robert John Ings
Edward Lawrence Jackson
Robert Evans Jones
Monika Eleanor Karcz
Sebia Elizabeth Keane
Katherine Marie Kezer
Edward Leon Knowles
Robert Platner Leitch
Dana Brent Litchfield
Nancy Mary Lowe
William Thomas Malley
Stephen Barry Martin
Karen Edith McBride
Kathleen Anne Meany
Carol Anne Melrose
Carlyn Stanton Miller
Ann Elaine Morrison
Jeanne Esther Moss
Maureen Janet Murphy
Holly Ann Nicholas
Nancy Ellen Xoyes
Margaret Katherine O'Brien
Lawrence Bernard O'Connor
Gail Evelyn O'Hara
Edmund Harold Olson
Marcia Louise Parlin
Lorraine Scott Payne
Cheryl Louise Pendergast
Kimberlee Catherine Peters
Alice Jean Peterson
Virginia Marie Pignato
Janice Ann Porter
Maureen Clare Quilty
Stephen Alexander Quintin
Mark Edmund Robitaille
Anita Maria Russo
David Alan Sjostedt
Elaine Susan Slatkavich
Laurel Susan Sloan
Elizabeth Adelaide Smith
Paul Norman Smith
Gail Diane Stevens
Sandra Louise Stewart
Joan Alice Sturgis
Michael Thomas Sullivan
Annis Louise Thompson
Joan Frances Thompson
Nancy Laraine Tully
Sarah Grace Ward
Andrew Guy Whitehead
William Robert Williams
Richard Eastwood Wilson
Francis Vincent Wisneski
Linda May Wright
The senior class officers, Frank Wisneski, Linda Badavas, Mike Brown, and
Judy Gilpatrick lead the class
Mr. Aliapoulios directs the senior chorus. Frank Wisneski delivers the welcoming address.
REQ UIESCA T IN PA CE
With the death of Mr. Alvah Raymond,
head of the Mathematics Department,
Weymouth High School lost a teacher
and leader of great ability. He was a
man who did more than teach, one who
enjoyed working with his students and
who inspired them with humor, warmth,
and understanding in his classroom.
He was always there with a friendly
smile and infinite patience, ready to help
a student with a problem. A friend to
all, student and faculty alike, his per-
sonality and ability, his ideals and spirit,
will never be forgotten.
THE TUFTS LIBRARY
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WER 974.47 WEY 1964
S c hoc 1 /Tec h n i c a 1 High
Equality, Education, Opportunity for
all — the American way of life. Since the
time of the Declaration of Independence,
Americans have sought to preserve this
ideal of Democratic society from internal
conflict and external aggression. Now,
however, in the twentieth century, Amer-
ica as a result of her branching interests
abroad has acquired additional respon-
sibilities as a leader of the free world.
Our nation is the spokesman for a free
democratic system. With our genera-
tion rests the protection and promotion
of the American way of life. Yet for us
war is not a simple method of self pre-
servation. On the contrary, as we now
possess the power of ultimate annihila-
tion, ours must be a way of peace.
Our late president, John Fitzgerald
Kennedy, understood better than any
other man alive the role modern Amer-
ica must play in the conflict between
democratic and communist doctrines,
between the equality preached, and the
predjudice practiced. It was to us, to a
young, vigorous, and concerned Amer-
ica that he made his plea for peace if
possible but freedom at all costs, for
elimination of discrimination and pred-
judice. It is because of this identity he
had with our generation and because of
our identity with the causes for which he
died that we have chosen to dedicate this
yearbook to him. John Fitzgerald Ken-
nedy has bequeathed to us the protection
of equality, education, opportunity for
all — the American way of life.
WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
President of the United States
May 29, 1917 - November 22, 1963
Please take care of your servant
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Now the trumpet summons us again — not as a call to bear arms, though arms
we need— not as a call to battle, though embattled we are — but a call to bear
the burden of a long twilight struggle, year in and year out, "rejoicing in hope,
patient in tribulation " — a struggle against the common enemies of man: tyranny,
poverty, disease and war itself . . .
In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the
role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger. I do not shrink from
this responsibility — I welcome it. I do not believe that any of us would ex-
change places with any other people or any other generation. The energy, the
faith, the devotion which we bring to this endeavor will light our country and
all who serve it — and the glow from that fire can truly light the world . . .
With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of
our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessings and
His help, but knowing that here on earth God's work must truly be our own.
Administration and Faculty 7-25
/ do not know whether the Battle
of Waterloo was actually won on
the playing fields of Eton. But
it is no exaggeration to say that
the struggle in which we are now
engaged may well be won or
lost in the classrooms of
Miss Birlem's lunch must be very good, for
it has captured the undivided attention of
Miss Kelly and Mr. McCarthy.
The function of an administration is to
lead, guide, and influence. Good leader-
ship gains respect and admiration;
proper guidance offers understanding
and assistance; controlled influence de-
velops character subtley, by example
rather than words, without forcing the
student to unwillingly accept a prescribed
way of life. Democracy is preached and
practiced, for controlled leadership is
the American tradition. A changing na-
tion sets a changing pace which both
administrator and student must recog-
nize. The leaders of a high school must
guide and influence students to accept
and develop individual principles on
which they will base their future actions,
decisions, and judgments. Weymouth
High has indeed earned its reputation
WALLACE L. WHITTLE
1'rincipal. Weymouth High School
RAY G. PARKER
Principal. Wevmouth Vocational Tech-
nical High School
The purpose of a school faculty is to
instill knowledge into the receptive minds
of students. Our faculty at Weymouth
High works sincerely toward the realiza-
tion of this goal. Composed of fine
teachers who know their subjects, Wey-
mouth's faculty presents to the students
the knowledge and ideals which will
guide them in the future. Authority is
held by the teacher without stifling the
inquisitive minds of the students. Teach-
ers are always willing to help students
who are either in need of special assist-
ance or interested in further knowledge.
Strong and lasting relationships are
made between teacher and student that
extend into the student's future life as a
Mr. Martin holds up the lunch line while amusing Miss Meade with some witty remarks.
Miss Toomey and Mr. O'Meara wait patiently.
W. H. S. FACULTY '64
ANN K. ALLEN POLLYANNA ANDEM MARY E. ARNOLD
Cafeteria Manager B.S.Ed., C.A.G.S., Boston University; B.S.Ed., Boston University; Ed. M., Bos-
A.M.T., Harvard ton University
English, Reflector Phvsical Education
A.B., Radcliffe; Ed.M., Harvard
Head of Language Department
RICHARD A. CAREY
FRED P. CARLSON
FRANK N. CAVALLO
B.S., George Washington University;
Ed.M., Boston University
Physical Education, Assistant Football
JOSEPH F. CARVEN, JR.
Social Studies, Assistant Football Coach
HENRY J. CENTOLA
Boston Trade School
Carpentry, Cabinetmaking, Related
WILLIAM E. CLANCY
A.B., M.Ed., C.A.G.S., Boston College
PAUL C. CLEAVES
A.B., Dartmouth; Ed.M., Boston Uni-
Director of Audio-Visual Aids
WILLIAM L. CONCANNON
A.B., Sulfolk; M.Ed., Boston State
informs Mr. O'Leary. Mr. Mahn, and Mr. Perry.
PHILIP S. DOLAX ELEANOR D. DONOVAN WALTER W. DONOVAN
B.S., Massachusetts School of Art; B.S.Ed., Boston State Teachers College B. A., St. Ambrose College
M.Ed., Tufts Art, Design for Living, Social Studies Social Studies
Campus and Reflector
MARY L. DOUCETTE
Distributive Education, D.E.C.A.
ROGER J. P. DOW
CATHERINE A. DREW
B.S., Boston University
MELVIN C. DUNN
RICHARD B. DWYER
B.S.Ed., Bridgewater State Teachers
College; M.Ed., Boston College
ALICE K. FAY
B.S., Boston University
HENRY L. DUGGAN
A.B., Providence College; M.Ed., Boston
State Teachers College; C.A.G.S., Boston
PAUL J. DUSEAU
A.B., Boston College
WILLIAM A. DWYER
B.S.Ed., Fitchburg; A.B., Boston Col-
lege; M.S., Suffolk University
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Mathematics, Driver Education
GEORGE F. GANNON
B.S.Ed., Bridgewater State Teachers
College; Ed.M., Boston University
English, Social Studies
MARIE K. GHIORSE
A.B., Boston College; Ed.M., Boston
University; C.A.G.S., Boston Univer-
JOHN T. GANNON
A.B., Boston College
MICHAEL T. GREGORY
B.S., New England College of Phar-
macy; M.A.T., Brown University
JOHN T. GHIORSE
A.B., Harvard University; Ed.M., Cal-
vin Coolidge College
Head of Science Department. Lab Assist-
WALTER C. GUTTERSON
A.B., Dartmouth; A.M., Harvard
Director of Guidance
FACULTY '64 O
OLIVE E. HACKETT
Head of Commercial Department
RICHARD F. HARDING
TREDWELL A. HARRISON
B.S.. Boston University; Public Speak-
ing and Dramatics
Sr. One Act Plav, Sr. Class Plav
LEO A. HAYES
Physical Education, Assistant Football
PHILIP W. HENLEY
JOHN W. HILL
A.B., Brown University; M.Ed., Har-
Social Studies, Wrestling
LOUISE J. HILL
B.S.Ed., Salem State Teachers College
CLEMENT V. HORRIGAN
A.B., Boston College; Ed.M., Bridge-
water State Teachers College
R.N., St. Margarets
School Nurses' Supervisor, Future
JOHN E. KEARNEY
A.B., Boston College: M.Ed.. Bridge-
water State Teachers College; C.A.G.S.,
RICHARD I. HOLBERT
A.B., Eastern Nazarene
ELEANOR R. HOW LEY
Mrs. Diment explains the intricacies of the cross index filing system
to Dennis Tarrant.
WILLIAM M. KEARNS
PAUL F. KEAVENEY
B.S., Ed.. Boston College; M.S.. Boston
SUSAN E. KELLEY
English, Student Council
GEORGE H. KLAY
B.S.Ed.. Fitchburg: M.Ed., Bridgewater
State Teachers College
B.S., University of Vermont
MARGARET K. LANGFORD
WILLIAM J. LOXGRIDGE
A.B.. Tufts: M.A.. Boston University
Head of English Department. English
FRANCES R. LOONEY
B.S.. Southern Connecticut State
MYRNA L. MacFARLANE
B.S., Boston College
ELIZABETH L. MacGREGOR
B.S.Ed., Boston University; Ed.M., Bos-
OTTO H. MAHN
B.S.Ed., Boston University
Guidance, Driver Education, Civics
B.S.Ed., Boston College; M.A., Boston
george j. McCarthy
B.S.ED., Boston University
Patricia g. McCarthy
A.B., Regis; M.Ed., Boston State Teach-
DOROTHY G. MacGREGOR
B.S., Boston University; Ed.M., Boston
University; C.A.G.S., Boston University
Commercial, Guidance, Future Business
Leaders of America
DOROTHY G. MAGRAW
B.S.Ed., Salem Teachers College
Commercial, Junior Moral and Spirit-
ual, Values Committee
HENRY E. MARSHMAN
Boston State Teachers College
Auto Repair, Related Subjects
RUSSELL H. MAZZOLA
B.S., Tufts; Ed.M., Northeastern
Mr. Parker, principal of the Vocational School, Mrs. Lockwood. and
Mrs. Gerstel sort the morning mail.
Robert p. McCarthy
B.S., Boston University; ED. M., Boston
Developmental Reading, Chess Club
MARY E. McMORROW
B.S.Ed., Boston University
wii.liam j. McCarthy
B.S.B.A., Boston College; Ed.M., B
ton State Teachers College
BRENDA }. MEADE
mary m. McMillan
B.A., College of St. Catherine
FRANK H. MEDA
Fitchburg State Teachers College
AXGELO P. MEDICI
B.S., Boston College; M.Ed.. Bridge-
water State Teachers College
Mathematics, Math Club
CLAIRE S. MICHAEL
B.S.. University of Massachusetts
FREDERICK K. MORRISSEY
B.S., Suffolk University
Civics, Problems of Democracy
MARTIN M. MURPHY
B.S., Boston College
B.S.B.A., Northeastern; M., Boston Uni-
GEORGE E. NOTT
B.S.Ed., Fitchburg State Teachers Col-
Graphic Arts, Related Subjects
A.B., Boston University
CARL R. NASH
Bridgewater State Teachers College
HELEN M. NORRIS
Commercial, Senior Class Advisor, Sen-
ior Class Secretaries
A.B., Keuka; M.Ed., Harvard
DUDLEY F. O'LEARY
B.S., M.Ed., Boston University
Physical Education, Cross Country and
ROBERT B. O'MEARA
A.B., M.Ed., C.A.G.S., Boston College
Biology, Riding Club
Mrs. Doucette discusses sales technique with the distributive educa
LEO D. O'RIELLEY
GEORGE H. PLAYER
B.S.Ed., Northeastern University
A.B., Pembroke; A.M., Brown
English, Future Teachers of America
HARRY T. POWERS
HERMAN F. PERRY
Fitchburg State Teachers College
ALYAH RAYMOND THOMAS J. REGAN
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Tech- A.B., Boston College; Ed.M.. Boston
nology; Ed.M.. Boston University; State Teachers College
M.A.. University of North Carolina Mathematics
Head of Mathematics Department
ELEANOR F. RITCHIE
B.S.Ed., M.Ed., Boston University
ETHEL C. SKEHAN
B.S.Ed., M.Ed., Boston State Teachers
RICHARD J. STEELE
B.S., New England College
B.S.Ed., Salem State Teachers College
BERNARD F. RYDER
A.B., Providence; M.Ed., Bridgewater
State Teachers College
MEREDITH A. SPEIRS
B.A., William Smith
SHELDON G. STERNBERG
B.S.Ed., New England College
BIRUTA W. SWAIN
B.S.Ed., Framingham State Teachers
GERARD J. SWANSON
B.S., Boston College
Mathematics, Key Club
Mr. Harrison calmly directs a dramatic debate between Mrs. Cote
and Mr. Kearney.
PAUL A. WARREN ROBERT D. WEST
OUR SPECIAL TRIO
Supervisor of Custodians
GEORGE B. SHAXAHAN
Supervisor of Attendance
The entire Weymouth school system
benefits from the efforts of these three
people, working from their headquart-
ers at Weymouth High. We give them
special recognition for their contribu-
tions to our school.
LOUISE E. WATTS
Director of Cafeterias
School Lunch Program
The cafeteria workers of both Weymouth
High and the High School Annex pro-
vide the students with well-balanced
meals which meet their daily nutritional
needs as well as high government stand-
ards. The meals are attractively pre-
pared with variety. With a pleasant at-
titude and cheerful disposition the work-
ers face the hungry throng. Thousands
of appetites are satisfied by the appeal-
ing and nutritious lunches which are
prepared in the clean modern kitchens.
These staff members are not only respon-
sible for the cleanup after lunches, but
also for the care of the tables and equip-
Mrs. Fugua, Mrs. Cavanaugh, Mrs. LaRocco, Mrs. Barrie, Mrs. Mell, Mrs. Courchene,
Mrs. Malnati, Mrs. Crocker, Mrs. Phillips, and Mrs. Broce are cafeteria workers of the
Weymouth High School Annex.
Mrs. Feruzza. Mrs. Belcastro.
Mrs. Fernald. Mrs. Tourigny.
Mrs. Serafini, Mrs. Wolfe.
Mrs. Henry. Mrs. Keefe.Mrs.
Boudreau. Mrs. Wheeler.
Mrs. Scope, Mrs. Embree.
Mrs. Donovan, Mrs. Wil-
liam, and Mrs. Pavne are
cafeteria workers of Wey-
mouth High School.
The custodians of Weymouth High School — kneeling: Mr. Cicchese, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Loud, Mr. Taber, and Mr. Abruzzese;
standing: Mr. Butler, Mr. Holt. Mr. Bourdon, Mr. Lyons, and Mr. Barker
Our custodians are responsible for the
upkeep of Weymouth High. The oblig-
ing and considerate custodians consti-
tute a vital part of the Weymouth High
staff. The building and the surround-
ings are their concern, and they help to
make the daily routine an enjoyable ex-
perience. Their meticulous efforts to
maintain a clean and beautiful school
are rewarded by the pride of students
and the praises of visitors.
Mr. Silenzi and Mr. Puopolo, custodians of the Weymouth High School
Our requirements for world
leadership, our hopes for eco-
nomic growth, and the demands
of citizenship itself in an era
such as this all require the maxi-
mum development of every
young American 's capacity.
Nancy Currier's idea of having girls
play football and boys cheer was to
help John Appleton, a senior, who was
paralyzed last summer in a swimming
accident. Ninety-two girls prepared for
the kickoff. Once the Squares reached
the one-yard line, but never made a
touchdown. The second half kickoff was
received by the Hippies' Nancy Clark,
who ran for the touchdown. Although
the Hippies won the game 6-0, John
Appleton was the winner with sixteen
Originator of the powder puff football game,
Nancy Currier, a member of the Squares, gets
set for combat.
The Hippies' savior of the day, Nancy Clark, carried to glory by Peter Dodge and
Katherine Campbell arbitrates with referees Mr. Kearney and Mr. Campbell
as Chervl Blood as "Elsie" intervenes.
Hippies and Squares at the line of scrimmage.
Getting away from it all is referee Mr. Kearney.
Linda Durkee, Robert Whittle,
Bradford Cleaves, and Chester
Ford experimenting with tangents
at a Math Club meeting
For students interested in increasing their
knowledge of mathematics, Weymouth
High offers the Math Club. This organi-
zation gives students the opportunity to
explore mathematical topics not covered
in the regular course of studies. The of-
ficers are Pres. Robert Whittle, Vice-Pres.
Leonard Tagg, Sec't. Chester Ford,
Treas. Bradford Cleaves, and Program
Chairman Linda Durkee. Acting as the
subset of the Math Club, the Math Team
is composed of nine members. The
team represents our school in competi-
tions with other South Shore Schools.
The Friday Math Club.. .Rebecca
Hamlin, Barbara Fairbanks, Lin-
da Durkee, Chester Ford, Robert
Whittle, Donald Casperson, David
Bostwick, Karen Lofgren, and seat-
ed, Dorothy Allen
Caretakers of the Paperback Bookstore — kneeling: Mary Jane Hartley, Judith Kuhn, Donna Layton, Jean Bigley, Gail O'Hara,
Janice Cannon, Mina Gauld, Lorraine Flanagan, Evelyn O'Brien, Sarah Ward, and Karen Ott. Standing: Elaine Slatkavich,
Ann Dolber, Roberta Chmiel, Betty Clark, Priscilla Hodges, Nancy Vorderer, Nancy Clark, Lee Ryder, Susan Clark, Natalie
Robar, Janet Von Berg, Christine Stevens, Sandra Stewart, and Joan Sturgis.
— ^ ~m -y rr-i -w- -y- -w- -y s~>* -w- a rri An enjoyable and informative organiza-
\ I I W /\ W W tion is the newly formed English Club.
£ j j \i 1 J ^ \ il 1^ Il3 ^ n or( ^ er to a PP ea l to more students the
club is divided into three areas of in-
terest: drama, journalism, and the pa-
per back book store. Feathertop and
Among Those Present were productions
given by the drama section of the club.
Students interested in journalism learn
the proper techniques of accurate writing.
The paper back book store provides an
oppoitunity for students at Weymouth
High School to purchase books inex-
Mr. Longridge plans agenda for his English Club.
Mina Gauld and Christine Stevens examine the supply of the bookstore.
The Student Council. ..leaders in school progress: Michael Brown. Pres.; Nancy Tully. Rec. Sec't.; Lorraine Payne. Corr. Sec't.;
Mary Lou Lyons. Treas.; Timothy Montgomery, Vice-Pres.
The Student Council is among the most
active groups in Weymouth High. The
primary function and concern of our
Student Council is to encourage and
arouse school spirit. In view of this
purpose, our council begins the year
with a zealous pep rally before our first
football same. In order to have more . ,, , . , x , . , , D D „ . .
& Miss Kellv. advisor, and Michael Brown. Pres.. discuss the agenda.
support at awav games, buses are pro-
vided. To climax the season and this
year to congratulate our Class A
Champs, the Student Council sponsors
a victorv dance. During the year, their
annual paperback book fair, which of-
fers a vast varietv of books for students
and faculty, is held in the library, gain-
ing profits for the Student Council and
also the English Club. The money
raised bv Student Council activities is
applied towards a five hundred dollar
scholarship for a worthy student, con-
tinuing a tradition long established. The
Student Council strives to develop citi-
zenship and teach leadership. It serves
the school by monitoring in the cafeteria
and promoting a strong student-faculty
relationship. These activities are car-
ried out under the direction of Miss
Kelley in hopes of serving you. the
Sallv Nisbet, Diane Huebener, Susan Darling, and Miss Pearson,
their advisor, construct a new display forthe Future Teachers' (Hub.
The demand for more qualified teachers
w ill increase steadily in the future. To
aid students at Weymouth High who are
interested in this field, the Future Teach-
ers of America Club, a nationally affili-
ated organization, gives not only a pre-
view but also preparation for students
planning to enter this rewarding profes-
sion. This year members observed a
class of their choice, which provided an
opportunity to study classroom meth-
ods. The officers are Pres. Diane Hue-
bener, Vice-Pres. Susan Darling, Sec't.
Christine Dane, Treas. Nancie La-
Future Teachers of America at their January meeting
Christine Dane and Nancie La-
Crosse, beginners in the "A B C's"
Students interested in the operation and
repair of audio-visual equipment are
given the opportunity to join the Audio-
Visual Aids Club. Each member is
familiar with operating and checking of
films, regulating television and sound
equipment, and controlling lights in the
auditorium. WNSH, Weymouth High's
closed circuit television station, supple-
ments classwork by educational films.
Whenever a teacher desires to utilize
any of the school equipment, he can
contact a member of the club who will
perform the necessary job.
William Fillebrown, president, Bruce Ketchem, and David Wight, file film strips
for the A.V. Club.
Broadcasting from our closed-circuit studio are James Corrigan and Paul Campo. seated, and David Bugbet?.
Vincent Best, James Begley. William Fillebrown, and Bruce Ketchem, standing.
J.M.S.V.C. . . .ready to lend helping hands
"In giving we grow" is the motto of the
Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Com-
mittee. Under the direction of Howard
Barnhart, Pres.; Esther Rosenthal, Sr.
Sec't.; and Kenneth Powers, Jr. Sec't.;
the committee gives by working with the
blind, tutoring students, and being re-
sponsible for our school bulletin boards.
The J.M.S.V.C. strives both in our
school and in themselves for these ideals:
honesty, kindness, respect, courage, loy-
alty, faith, self-discipline, purity, respon-
sibility, reverence, cooperation, appre-
ciation, courtesy, and charity. They
realize these goals by serving the school
and community whenever possible, de-
veloping the character of the students,
and helping to develop school spirit
through various planned assemblies.
J.M.S.V.C. assembly, Eugene Smith at the podium
Mr. Lorantoz, a worker with the blind, speaks to the
Joan Hyland, a blind girl, speaks to the
J.M.S.V.C. assembly as Joan Thompson
Assistance in our studies is offered by J.M.S.V.C. tutors.
The Future Nurses Club attending one of their bi-monthly meetings; seated at the desk are Dorothy McCann. Treas.
Diane Foster. Pres.; Arlene Cannon, Vice-Pres.; and Mary Scott, Sec't.
In order to prepare girls for the reward-
ing and necessary profession of nursing,
a chartered unit of the Future Nurses of
America has been organized at Wey-
mouth High School. To promote this
club, guest speakers visit from various
hospitals and nursing schools to help
the members gain a preview of what a
career in nursing actuallv is like and to
acquaint the members with different
phases of the profession. These lectures
are not only informative but enjoyable.
Related films are shown which expose
the methods of first aid and the respon-
sibilities of a nurse. Field trips to local
hospitals further instill knowledge of the
career. Members learn various pro-
cedures of becoming nurses which aid
them in deciding what field of nursing
Falling victim to future nurses Sandra Stewart. Mary O'Neil. Susan Crawford. JoAnne
Bellamy. Lorraine Happel. Beverly Fencl. Mary Scott. Mary Scully, and Marilyn Nado
is Mrs. Mar>' Hovle. R.N.
The Key Club is Weymouth High
School's key to service, both in the
school and in the community. Organiz-
ing school activities, working on com-
munity projects, and helping at various
sports events are part of the Key Club's
activities. The club further serves the
school by monitoring in the cafeteria
and working at the gates during foot-
ball games. It serves the community by
assisting in the parking of cars at a
local ice show. Officers under the direc-
tion of Mr. Swanson and Mr. Olson
are: Pres. Robert Paone, Vice-Pres.
Howard Barnhart, Sec't. KennethMars-
ton, Treas. Steven Quintin, and Lt. Gov.
Francis Tonis, Kenneth Marston, Robert Paone, Paul Cameron, and Mr. Swanson browsing over their
Members of the Key Club attending their regular meeting
President Robert Paone
The Debate Club and advisor, Mr. West
The purposes of the Debate Club are
many. First of all, and most important,
it increases speaking ability both in-
formally and publicly. Next, it broad-
ens the student's knowledge and compre-
hension of world situations. Lastly, the
club develops social growth. This year
the club has visited the University of
Maine, University of New Hampshire,
University of Massachusetts, Dart-
mouth, Tufts, Bates, Colby and Colum-
bia University for the national tourna-
ment during its debating tours. Selec-
tion for visiting these colleges depends
on each member's win-loss record.
Members discuss problems and varia-
tions of topics. With this method, stu-
dents constantly improve their forensic
abilities and add to the public image of
Michael Garrity and Douglas Tilden present their
arguments in a rebuttal.
Debate Club Officers: Christine Stevens, Vice-Pres.; Dennis Tarrant, Treas.; Veronica Molony, Corr. Sec't.; Ellen Silva, Pres.;
Mina Gauld, Sec't.
Douglas Tilden, Walter Sargent, Michael Garrity, George Foy, and Ellen Silva gather information on the topic of their next
Our school band, led by Mr. Paul
Warren, performs at all football games.
Steve Freeman and the majorettes con-
tributed greatly to Weymouth High's
enthusiasm at football games by leading
our band down the football field at half
time. The musicians spend much time
rehearsing for the annual Music Festival.
Many of the musicians do not limit their
talents to the high school band but audi-
tion at various competitions and festi-
vals such as the Southeastern District
Concert Festival, the All-State Concert
Festival, and the New England Concert
Festival. Two members of our band be-
long to the Greater Boston Junior Youth
Symphony. Many musicians contribute
their talent to various civic groups, town
orchestras, and musical organizations.
Ed Olsen and Steve Massey as president
and vice-president respectively are com-
petent leaders of their group.
Seated: Robert Jutstrom and James Vento. Standing: William Walker and Stephen Massey
talented music lovers of Weymouth High School.
Frances Deakin, Maureen Fitzgerald, Karen Jablonski, and David Burrell in the woodwind and brass sections of the band
The Weymouth High School marching band with its director, Mr. Warren
The orchestra under the able direction
of Mr. Burke is composed of ambitious
students wishing to obtain helpful ex-
perience in amateur competitions. Dur-
ing the year they improve their abilities
by competing in district, state and New
England festivals. Each musician gives
generously of his time and talents to
improve the group as a whole. This
year they have added wind instruments
to their orchestra.
Paul Cameron, Fred Swett, and Audrey
Philbrick concentrate on a musical score.
Mr. Burke, director of the
Kathleen Tenny at the base viol and Ed Henley at the French horn
The beautiful sound of music is a source
of true enjoyment. Our chorus, under
the direction of Mr. Aliapoulios, has
brought pleasure to many. The chorus
takes great pride in its music and is a
credit to our school. This year for the
first time the Weymouth High School
Chorus performed in a concert with the
Abington High School Chorus. The
chorus is open to anyone who enjoys
singing and working closely in a group.
During the year, it sings at assemblies,
occasionally providing the background
music. The Chorale, a specialized
group of the best vocalists, lends its
voices for opening exercises and the
talent show and also performed in con-
The Weymouth High School Chorale: Karen Taylor, Francis Chipman, Judy Kuhn, Richard King, Barbara Towner, Charles
Glasse, Pat Adams, Bradford Cleaves, Pamela Guthro, Stephen Freeman, Carol Shippee, Brian Ferguson, Carlvn Miller, and
F.B.L.A. members attending a lecture: Sherry Roberts, Anita
Russo, Mary McFarland, Diane Bishop, Marlene Zweigle. and
Marv Ann Potts,
visiting lecturer to the
Members of the Future Business Leaders
of America are given the opportunity to
acquaint themselves with various busi-
ness schools, acquire knowledge con-
cerning future positions, and to discuss
many problems which they will inevi-
tably encounter. A speaker at each
meeting familiarizes them with the vari-
ous available openings. Also various
opportunities in this field are explained
to them such as Retailing and State Civil
Service jobs. One of their activities is
selling class pins in order to buy a type-
writer which is presented to an outstand-
ing senior. By the end of the year, the
members are well prepared to enter the
business world. The officers are Pres.
Anita Russo. Yice-Pres. Margaret
O'Brien and Sherry Roberts, Sec't.
Nancy Noyes, Treas. Kim berry Peters,
Recorder Diane Nelson.
F.B.L.A. — promising members ofthe business world: Diane Nelson, Rec: Anita Russo. Pres.: Sherry Roberts. Yice-Pres.: Kim Peters,
Treas.: Margaret O'Brien, Vice-Pres.; and advisor. Miss MacGregor
Mrs. Diment, Nancy Holt, Miss Fay, and
Geraldine Lopez view some of the newly
A WEALTH OF WORDS
Student library assistants are chosen on
the basis of these qualifications: scholar-
ship, willingness to work, love for books,
and recommendation by their teachers.
Organized student participation in the
school library program gives opportuni-
ties for leadership and cooperation and
expands the student's knowledge and ap-
preciation of libraries. Both before and
after school and also during study per-
iods, members of the club learn to charge,
card, and shelve books; collect fines: file
catalogue cards; and monitor the library
during study periods. This program
provides many lasting values for the stu-
dents involved and leads to an interest
in library work as a profession.
Library assistants — Kathleen Twomble. Helen Landerville. and Helen Brown
cheerfully perform their duties behind the desk.
The Reflector staff, under the guidance
of Miss Andem, Mr. Dolan, and Mr.
Roberts, publishes our school paper
three times a year. Although the Reflector
is mainly composed of stories, poems,
and essays written by students, it also
includes such special features as a ques-
tion poll, "TheSpy," "Snoops," foreign
language puzzles, and reports and
photographs of sports and club activi-
ties. Once a year the Reflector conducts
a literary contest in which all students
are urged to participate. The paper is
organized by the literary staff, which
also writes columns, prepares layouts,
and selects literary entries. The art staff
is an important part of the Reflector.
Accompanying each article is an original
drawing by a talented member of the art
staff. The paper is financed by ads soli-
cited from local business firms by the
advertising staff. Printed by the Voca-
tional School print shop, each issue is
enjoyable and laudable.
Reflector art staff— David Holbrook, advisor Mr. Dolan, and Susan Darling create
designs to illustrate the features.
A MIRROR OF
Junior literary staff— Donald Jackson, Linda Cook, Karen Martin, Kathleen Keating, Philip Sammer, advisor Miss Andem, Jona-
than Feldman, Judith Peterson, and Priscilla Hodges enjoy their task of choosing only the finest articles.
Senior literary staff— Monica Karcz, Timothy Buckley, Carol Fulton, Edward Knowles, Jane Alves, Doro-
thy Loud, Jane Pisciottoli, and Marcia Dean (sitting) review their selections for publication.
"That's a good story. Miss Andem ! " art editor Susan
Darling, advisor Miss Andem, editor-in-chief Marcia Dean,
and assistant editor Dorothy Loud
The sophomore Reflector staff reviews past issues. John Pye, Steve Ryder, Diane Roberts, Elaine Fiveash,
Janet Harrington, Kathleen Fogg
The Campus is the result of the combined
efforts of many people. The staff, com-
posed of over fifty persons, is subdivided
into smaller groups, as pictured on these
pages, each with a definite function, each
directly responsible to Mr. Kearney, the
advisor. Deadlines and decisions are
ever present, and a real team effort Is
Money, Money, Money ! Sales manager Carole Burns and assistant
sales manager Roberta Ritchie
Editors Ann Morrison, Esther Rosenthal, Linda Crocker, Maureen Qjuihy, Cail Cosman, Joan Thompson, Dennis
Tarrant, James O'Brien, Judith Cilpatrick. Barbara Tekin. Janet Danielson. Roberta Ritchie, Linda Brenner. Sheila
Hanabury — the foundation of our yearbook
Copy staff— Laurel Sloan, editor Janet Danielson, Barbara Dower, Dianne W'elsch, Yerna Jenkins, and Linda Durkee
perform their tedious duty of proofreading.
Literary staff— JoAnn Bellamy, Carol
Travers, Diane Huebener, editor Ann
Morrison, and Elaine Slatkavitch work
industriously tow ard their deadline.
Photography staff— Christine Stevens,
editor Linda Brenner, Sandra Stewart,
and Jay Bates examine pictures to be in-
cluded in the yearbook.
Secretaries — Kimberlee Peters, Marie
Hayes, Carol Melrose, Anita Russo,
Elaine Schena, Sherry Roberts, Kathleen
Sullivan, and Donna Sliva — always
ready with a smile and a typewriter
Sports staff— Never a game do they miss ! — standing: co-editor
Linda Crocker, Nancy Clark, John Burns, Frank Wisneski; kneeling:
co-editor James O'Brien, and Steve Quintin
Art staff— co-editors Maureen Quilty and (Jail Cosman (standing)
demonstrate the method for picture layouts to Viola Tudor and
A history in pictures, this is our Campus.
It tells of our last year at Weymouth
High. Looking at this book brings many
fond and memorable moments. It recalls
our victories, our losses, our fun, and,
maybe, our anxieties. Working on the
Campus is one of the most rewarding
experiences in high school. We pro-
duced a book. We have learned much
from this experience; we came knowing
nothing at all about the making of a
yearbook. Working on the Campus
staff has placed many responsibilities on
us. Many times throughout the year
members of the staff remained after the
late buses to meet a deadline. Every
task, no matter how insignificant, had to
be done and done well. Not only did
working on the yearbook staff teach us
responsibility, but it also afforded pleas-
ure. The good times we shared are
countless. And finally, there is an im-
mense feeling of satisfaction. We have
created a yearbook, a history in pic-
tures, that will serve as a remembrance
to the class of 1964.
Feature staff— Diane Duarte, Mina Cauld, editor Judy Cilpatrick, and Diane Foster
"Do you realize there are nineteen clubs to cover before February 13 ?"
Future Homemakers of America: Carolyn Webb, Laurie Leighton, Christine Withrow, Elizabeth Reynolds, Janet Murray, Judy
Collins, Linda Muldoon, Elayne Schena, Sheron Ferguson, treasurer Judy Kelsch, president Drucilla Tulip, vice-president Mary
Montgomery, historian Sharon Hanley, hostess Judy Lingenfelter, Kathy McCuiade, secretary Diane Garfagna
In keeping with the atmosphere of our
new school, there has been a distinct in-
crease in school spirit. These three new
clubs, evidence of greater student parti-
cipation, have been formed this year.
"We forgot the horse, Mr. O'Meara!" president Mary
Spano, advisor Mr. O'Meara, vice-president Kathleen
Mr. McCarthy demonstrates an advantageous move to Edward Know
Joseph Forrest, Francis Robinson, and Linda Zonn.
(Physical Fitness) is vital be-
cause it is the basis of the health
and vitality of the individual citi-
zen. And these are qualities
which are essential if each Ameri-
can is to be free to realize fully
the potential value of his own
capabilities and the pursuit of his
A Pyramid of Pep: (Bottom) captain Lorraine Payne, Janice Porter, Joanne Tancreto, Laurie
Happel, Helen Gannon, (Middle) Kathy Kezer, Ellen Lamond, Janet Smith, (Top) Sandra
The sky's the limit ! Janet
Weymouth High School, urged on to
victory by our cheerleaders, experienced
a successful year in sports. Captained
by Lorraine Payne, the cheerleaders in
their maroon and gold uniforms spell
out Weymouth, accompanied by six al-
ternates. With ingenuity, new cheers
and routines including splits, cartwheels,
and a human pyramid were created;
polished; and perfected. Arousing school
spirit, they tirelessly screamed them-
selves hoarse. The excited fans united
their voices in wild enthusiasm. The
teams realized with pride that the school,
led by the cheerleaders, was with them
all the way. The student body and teams
are indebted to the dedicated leadership
of the cheerleaders at football games,
basketball games, and pep rallies.
Smile! Alternate Cheerleaders Judy Gilpatrick, Christine Burgess, Debbie Nichols,
Linda Jamieson, Sandra Mell, ana Janet Orfanello
Twelfth man on the team — the Weymouth High School Pep Club
Always energetically ready to cheer our
school on to victory, the Weymouth
High School Pep Club helps maintain
Leading the band at half-time the major-
ettes display their interpretations of mu-
sic by twirling batons in marching for-
Weymouth High's Drum Major and Majorettes Kathy O'Shaughnessv, Diane Sargent. Steve
Freeman, Elaine Massey, Jane King, and Paula Componeschi
"T-E-A-M, Yea, Team ! " Paul Lambert, Bruce Eaton (41), John Bailey (70), Ronald Frado (14), Robert Traknis (75)
MAROONS WIN IT ALL
All-star quarterback Burns adds insult to injury by kicking
a 28 yard field goal at the Thanksgiving game— Dick
Jimmy Dunn catches a Burns pass as Brockton's Dick Cicchetti makes the tackle.
Coach Jack Fisher and quarterback John Burns
hold a sideline conference during a timeout in the
championship game at Brockton.
Eddie O'Brien takes a Brockton fumble away
from Mike Donovan (64) as John Burns comes
up to assist.
Bill Williams rests after a rough quarter.
At our football rally in September the
cheer "Come on Wey-mouth on to vic-
tory-y ! " was cried by a thousand hope-
ful students. At the Brockton Thanks-
giving day game, played before a crowd
of some fifteen thousand people, our
hope was fully realized as Weymouth
won its seventh victory of the season,
earning them the Class "A" and Sub-
urban League Championships. The
Maroons, using mostly veteran seniors,
fought their way to a record of seven
wins, no losses, and one tie and placed
nineteenth in the national standings.
Our team's outstanding traits were its
fine defense, which allowed the oppo-
nents, on an average, less than one
touchdown per game, and its explosive
offense, led by quarterback Jack Burns
and Junior fullback Mike Busa. Co-
captains Brown and Burns and end Joe
Hassan combined to make everybody's
all scholastic teams. The defensive line
of Mike Brown, Jay Asher, Joe Hassan,
Pat Power, Ed O'Brien, Bob Traknis,
and junior Brian Silveira drew praise
throughout the year. Leading the fine
blocking of the offensive line were Bill
Schleiff, H arry Winnie, and j unior Norm
Hazen. Outstanding backs included
Dick Nicholson, Bill Williams, and jun-
iors Jim Dunn and Dave Ellison.
Jack Burns (31) tackled by Bill Sandstrom (67) of Brockton as Dick Nicholson rushes in to throw a block.
First row: Ronald Frado, David Pomarico, Mgr. Paul Lambert, Richard Nicholson, Edward O'Brien, Co-Capt's., John Burns and
Michael Brown, William Schleiff, William Stewart, Patrick Powers, William Stevens, Ray Dorman. Second row: Asst. coach
oseph Carven, William Williams, Stephen Nelson, James Dunn, Joseph Hassan, Norman Hazen, Harry Winnie, Robert Traknis,
ames Asher, Timothy Montgomery, George Manning, James Shallow, coach John Fisher. Third row: Ass't. coach Frank Caval-
o, David Ellison, David Drinan, Michael Busa, Brian Silveira, Daniel Mullen, William Carven, John Bailey, Timothy DuRoss,
Richard Walsh, Robert McLeod, Ronald Ouellet.
Mike Brown accepts the Quincy Patriot Ledger's Jack Burns escapes tackle of Bill Clifford (29) of Brockton and
All-Scholastic trophy from John Yovicsin at the goes for good yardage,
Winter track team: (kneeling) Kevin Stewart, Bill Downey. Stephen Temple, Larry O'Connor, Paul Donovan, and Dave Sjostedt;
(standing) coach Dudley O'Leary, Eddie O'Connor, Boh Bleakney, Eddie Jackson. David Shea, Pat Power. Dickie O'Connor, and
State Meet Weymouth
The most successful winter track season
in Weymouth High School history, was
climaxed by a stunning upset victory in
the State Championships. The members
of the team scoring in the state meet
were Paul Donovan, Larry O'Connor,
Don Dunlay, Mike Busa, Glenn Gately,
Harvey Eaton, Dick O'Connor, and
Steve Temple. Other regular season
stand-outs were Kevin Stewart, hurdles;
Steve DePari, fifty yd. dash; Jake D'Ac-
ci, 300 yd. run; Robert Allen, 100 yd.
run; Bill Downey and Alan Will, one
mile run; and Dave Sjostedt and Arthur
Doine, two mile run. In only two years
as coaches, Mr. O'Leary and assistant
coach Mr. Bleakney have established
Weymouth as a track power. This dili-
gent coaching, coupled with the strong
desire of the boys bringing about a suc-
cessful season is to be congratulated.
Larry O'Connor sprints around the gym in prepa-
ration for a coming meet.
Don Dunlay puts the shot.
"On your mark, get set, go !" the relay team of Richard O'Connor, Eddie O'Con-
nor, Larry O'Connor, and Paul Donovan
CLASS "A" CHAMPS
Harvey Eaton and Glenn Gately warm up for a meet.
Another first for Weymouth as Paul Donovan crosses the finish line at the
Eddie O'Connor, Steve Temple, and Dick Nicholson prac-
tice passing the baton.
The spring track team 1964: (bottom row) Dick Nicholson, Stephen Temple,
Eddie O'Connor, Dickie O'Connor, Kevin Stewart, and Bob McClelland; (middle
row) Clenn Cately, Cary D'Acci, Ed Smith, Dave Shea, Bob Allen, Eddie Jackson,
Bob Bleakney, and ass't. coach Mr. Bleakney; (top row) Dick Hill, Dave Sjostedt,
Larry O'Connor, Bill Downey, Harvey Eaton, Dick Kruger, and Steve DePari
Larry O'Connor enters the stretch.
With fifteen returning lettermen Wey-
mouth's spring track team continued its
reputation as one of the finest in the
South Shore. Co-captains Larry O'Con-
nor and Steve Temple were leading point
scorers along with Paul Donovan, Glenn
Gately, Harvey Eaton, Dick O'Connor,
Mike Busa, and Don Dunlay. With the
expert coaching of Mr. O'Leary and Mr.
Bleakney and with the fine determination
of the boys, Weymouth achieved a fine
Sitting: Mike Busa, Harry Winnie, Bob Traknis,, and Don Dunlay. Stand-
ing: coach Dudley O'Leary, Ronnie Ouellet, Mike Fejol, Bob Stonehouse, and
Cross country team: (1st row) David Shea, Dick Wilson, Dick Kruger, Bill Downey, Lawrence O'Connor, David Sjostedt,
Leonard Flaherty, and Richard O'Connor; (2nd row) Steve Gregg, Gary D'Acci, Bob Cronin, Alan Will, Paul Laverty,
Philip McCaffery, Philip Flaherty, and Lawrence Bolvin; (3rd row) coach Dudley O'Leary, Bill Ketchem, Bob Allen, George
Anderson, Arthur Doine, Joe Blinn, Bob Douglas, and Peter McCarthy
Team spirit, experienced coaching, and
developed skill helped Weymouth High
witness its first undefeated cross country
season since 1957. Not only did we
have a perfect dual meet slate, but we
also finished second in both the South
Shore and Boston City Meets and
fourth in the State Meet.
1963-64 Varsity, Front row: Jack Burns, Bob Jones, co-captains Steve Quintin and Frank Wisneski, Jim Ransom, Jim Mor-
rison, and Steve Gregg. Second row: Mike Crane, Dick Walsh, Dick Bush, Pete Laverty, Jim Buker, Ken Laneau, Jim
Tyler, and Dave Ellison
Because of its hustle and desire, the
Weymouth High School basketball team
developed into one of the finest in Eastern
Massachusetts. After a rather mediocre
six wins and four losses in the first half
of the season, the team bounced back
surprisingly with eight wins and only
two losses in the second half. The over-
all record for the season of fourteen wins
and six losses enabled the team to com-
pete in the state-wide Tech Tournament.
Playing in the strong Suburban League,
Weymouth finished third behind Rindge
Tech and Brockton. Spearheaded by
senior co-captains Frank Wisneski and
Steve Quintin, two of the finest players
Weymouth has seen in a number of
years, Weymouth pulled upset over up-
set to achieve a seven game winning
streak in league play. Although our
team was handicapped all season by a
lack of height, senior Jim Ransom con-
tributed many fine performances as team
center. The team, coached by William
Kearns, will look equally bright next
year with juniors Dave Ellison, Dick
Bush, and Dick Walsh, and sophomore
starter Steve Gregg all returning.
"Shoot, Frank, shoot!" Steve Gregg (10) and Frank
Jim Ransom (52), Steve Gregg (10), and Frank Wisneski (50) battle Rindge's
Bill Somalis (41) and his teammates for a rebound.
"About face, fellas! I've got it now." Frank Wisneski (50), Steve Gregg, and
Steve Quintin (30)
Steve Quintin (30) goes up for a jump shot.
Junior Varsity 1963-64. Bottom row: Richie Ryan, George Anderson, Bill McVay, Jim McCu
Dan Lyons, Jerry Moxley. and RonnvRuell. Second row: Tom Noble, Bob Douglas Tim Th
Dewar, Dave Clapp, John Pisciottoli. and Mike Curran
lloch, Rich Gazo, Jack Henley,
Thomas, Russell Sandblom, Chip
The 1964 Wrestling Team, Bottom row: Paul Campo, Eugene Smith, David Geyer, Donald Lagasse, James Moore, Joseph
McSheffry. Middle row: David Ouellet, William Caserino, Blair Ames, Ronald Ouellet, Andrew Jacobs, Warren Assmus,
Karl Earlandson, John Kuja. Last row: Dana Laniewski, Kenneth Blair, Jeffrey Butler, Harry Winnie, William Schlieff,
Robert MacDiod, Timothy DuRoss, Philip Bronchuk, John Senters, Richard RoDson, Mr. Hill
MATMEN PIN BEST
The wrestling team this year, under the
direction of coach John Hill, turned in a
fine record of six wins, three losses, and
one tie. Outstanding performances were
turned in by Bill Schlieff, Blair Ames,
and Ron Ouellet. Ron captured the State
Wrestling Championship and placed sec-
ond in the New England Champion-
ships. Blair Ames and Warren Assmus
each picked up a third place in the state
meet and Bill Schlieff placed 4th in the
Scituate 's Joseph Baxter attempts a breakdown on Wevmouth's Gene Smith.
The 1964 Hockey Team, Standing, coach William Dempsey, Jim Maconochie, John Babineau, John O'Shaughnessy, Ed
Alex, John McMorrow, Dave Labadie, Jim Cadigan, Jim Ewen. Second row: Tom McShane, Dave Falardeau, Jim Rey-
nolds, Bob Sheehan, Jay Steele, Richy Godin, Jack DeLuca, Ron Haven
ICEMEN BREAK EVEN
Ronnie Haven sets up a play.
Bobby Sheehan shoots despite the close guarding of a Canton player.
Joe Cirigliano clears the puck after Jay Steele makes a save.
Weymouth's hustling icemen and their
all-star goalie, Jay Steele, battled to a
tie for fourth place in this year's league
standing despite a lack of size. Three
Weymouth players were selected for the
league all-star team. They were captain
Richie Godin, who hardly left the ice;
junior center Bob Sheehan, who made
20 of the team's 30 goals and was third
highest scorer in the league; and goalie
Jay Steele. Ron Haven at forward, and
Joe Cirigliano and John McMorrow at
defense did a fine job. Underclassmen
Jim Cadigan and Steve Massey played
well throughout the season and show
promise for coach William Dempsey's
future team. All in all the team made an
excellent showing, and they deserve our
congratulations for a fine performance
throughout the year.
Weymouth hockey fans — frigid but faithful
Offensive power combined with an excel-
lent pitching staff proved to be the main
assets of the Weymouth High School
baseball team this season. With the help
of seven returning lettermen coach
George Player was able to field a fine
squad. Senior John Burns ranked as
the number one pitcher while junior Jim
Buker also was an asset to the pitching
staff. The important behind-the-plate
roll was ably filled by senior Cliff Hill-
yer and junior Jim Dunn. Helping to
provide the offensive punch necessary to
all good teams were seniors Paul Doyle
and Frank Wisneski assisted by junior
Second baseman John Burns fields a ground ball
Paul Doyle waiting on third base for a throw
LITHE AND LOVELY
Carol Noyes demonstrates a handstand split with the aid of Miss Cullity as Joan Martindale, Ellen Hawkins, Lauren Ketch-
en, Mary Cunningham, Pauline D 'AllesandrC, Pat Connolly, Susan Daly, Yerna Von Iderstein, Marcia Young, Catherine
Hayward, and Carol Horner look on.
Members of the girls' gym team gather
in the gym twice a week for exercises
and fun. The girls learn acrobatics on
the parallel bars and trampoline. They
acquire grace and coordination on the
balance beam. Walk-overs, limbers,
flips, cartwheels, splits, and ballet move-
ments accompanied by music are a few
of the stunts they perform for free exer-
cise. Each member achieves skill in at
least one field of gymnastics. Through-
out the year, the gym team enters inter-
scholastic competitions. The members
earn pride for our school and satisfac-
tion for themselves.
Carlyn Miller — captain and outstanding member of Weymouth's
This year saw the addition of another
interscholastic sport at Weymouth High
School. It was the first year for the
Boys' Gymnastic Team formed under
the coaching of Mr. Hayes and Mr.
Corrigan. Although it was the first year
for the team, it did very well as it was
undefeated in Suburban League com-
petition. Then in a championship meet
held at Weymouth High School, our
relatively inexperienced team placed sec-
ond to a more well-established Newton
team. Ed Mahn, the only senior on the
team, was the captain. The newly-form-
ed team looks forward with hope since
it was composed of mainly juniors and
Bruce McGonigle works out on the even parallels.
Howard Barnhart completes a serve.
Weymouth's tennis team continued as
one of the finest on the South Shore this
season. Despite the relatively short time
since the team was established, it has
progressed steadily because of the able
coaching of Mr. William Dempsey and
because of the many hours spent by the
boys in diligent practice. With a strong
nucleus of singles and doubles players
consisting of senior first-man Robert
Paone and seniors Howard Barnhart
and Paul Cameron along with promis-
ing juniors Dave Haley and Jim Mur-
phy, Weymouth was able to defeat many
formidable opponents. This year, al-
though only its second in Division One,
Weymouth was one of the better teams
in the league. Facing a demanding
schedule consisting of Quincy, Hingham,
Scituate, and many other strong teams,
Weymouth showed excellent ability.
KINGS OF THE COURT
The 1964 Tennis Team, Paul Cameron. James Murphy. Robert Paone, and Howard Barnhart
In a time of turbulence and
change, it is more true than ever
that knowledge is power; for
only by true understanding and
steadfast judgment are we able
to master the challenge of
"For crying out loud ! "...secretarial school is
in Mai/ s near future.
Gym Team 10; H.R. Mesngr. 11; F.B.L.A. 12;
Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Pep Club 11, 12
W orks at Supreme Market. plavs basketball
and is a collector of books.
Honors 10. 11
Sherry hopes to major in languages at college
..."I doubt it ! "...a subtle wit.
Cheerleader 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Re-
flector Adv. Staff 12; F.nglish Club 12; Gym
Team 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12
Art school is Nan's dream. ..spends her spare
time painting . .also likes bowling and skating.
Dick enjoys water skiingandworkingatCurtis
Farms.. .a future guitar playing conservation-
] unior Party
An active C.Y.O. member.. ."Oh, yes ! "...junior
college is in Lene's future.
Pep Club 11, 12
A future author. ..writes excellent short stories
and other literary works.
A cashier at Stop & Shop.Jacquie's spare
time is spent well in church activities.
Chorus 12; Ubrarv Club 11; Spanish Club 1 1 ;
Pep Club 11
Alvesie is active in C.Y.O. and church choir...
deeply inspired by the religious life.
Reflector 10, 11. 12; Chorus 11, 12
A college science major. ..an avid sports car
fan who enjoys wresding.
Reflector 10; Wrestling 11. 12
Participates in Youth Club. DeMolay. and
bowling.. .Andv wants to attend Wentworth.
App jokingly refers to his special talent as
neck-breaking. ..determined to fight his way
back.. .a proud Eagle Scout.
Lab. Ass't. 11;\V resiling 11; Biology Club 11;
One Act Plays 11; Holiday Science Lectures 1 1;
A.V. Club 1 1
Loves to play hockey. ..becoming a salesman
may be in the future for Doug.
Artistically inclined. ..Pain's dreams are in an
school and a career in that field. .."Oh. beauti-
JAMES ASHER. JR.
Master Councilor in DeMolay . Jay loves both
tvpes of skiing. ..hopes to enter college next fall.
J.M.S.V.C. 10. 11, 12: Football 10, 11, 12;
Campus 11, 12; Junior Usher; Student Coun-
cil 12, Alternate 10, 11
Works at the print shop. ..Pete plans a career
in offset printing.
Open House 10, 11
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A member of Rainbow.. .a steno pad and type-
writer will aid her in her secretarial job.
Sr. Prom Comm .
BARBARA BAD. W AS
Likes horseback riding and tennis... nursing is
her chosen fleld...a Rainbow girl.
Student Council Alternate 11; Pep Club 11,12;
Gym Team 11; F.N. A. 12; Riding Club 12;
Graduation Dance Comm.
Hopes to attend college and become a teacher
...Past Worthy Advisor of Rainbow. ..DeMolay
Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Sec 't. 10.11.
12; Opening Ex. 10; Campus 11, L'ndergrad.
Ed. 12; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. PartvComm.;
Pep Club 11, 12; High Honors 11. 12
BONNIE JEAN BAHRT
Actively interested in piano, gymnastics, and
sailing. ..will graduate from college with her
degree in education.
F.T.A. 11; Honors 11
Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike
An avid bowler and skater. ..Bev's wish is to
go to I.B.M. school.
Fashion Show 10, 12; Mr. West's Sec't. 12
A Rainbow girl. ..after graduation Bake hopes
to enter Quincy Junior College.
College is in Jeff s near future.. .sure to bean
asset on any baseball team.
Key Club 11, 12; Baseball 11, 12; Jr. Party;
Sr. Norn. Comm .
Pete's hobby is cars. ..plans to enter the field of
carpentry. ..perhaps house building.
Ready to enter college or the Air Force... a
great baseball player..." Ya know ! "
"Just wait and see ! "...perhaps afutu re typist...
active in C.Y.O.
Campus 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12
The modern school library provides a quiet place for students to study and an
extensive collection of books and periodicals. Instruction in library use is given
by Mrs. Diment, the head librarian. Pictured: Miss Fav and Ann Dolber.
Great at tennis and archery... Rick will surely
hit the bull's eye as a pre-med. student.
Tennis 10, 11, 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12;
Key Club 10, 11; Yice-Pres. 12;J.M.S.Y.C. 10,
11; Chairman 12; Jr. Nom. Comm.; High
Honors 10; Honors 11
Easy to get along with. ..Fred will become a
B REX DA BARTON
Hopes to major in languages in college.. may
become an interpreter at the United Nations.
Chorus 10. 12: Honors 10, 11; Spanish Club
11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Opening Ex. 10
RICHARD BARTON, JR.
After graduation Dick will join Uncle Sam's
service.. .sure to fly high in the Air Force.
Loves roller skating and bowling.. .may soon
graduate from I.B.M. school.
Reflector Sec't. 12
J ay works at South Shore Hospital. ..anticipates
a career in the nursing profession.
Opening Ex. 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11; Soph.
Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; Campus 11,
12; Open House 10; Honors 10, 11; F.N. A.
11, 12; Debate Club 12; English Club 12
THEODORE BAUM EISTER. JR.
Ted desires to enter the service... then work at
Boston Naval Shipvard.
Loves basketball and bowling.. .future lies in
serving his country-.. .Ned works at Kearn's
Opening Ex. 10
JO ANN BELLAMY
Would like to graduate as a nurse from U. of
M....can be found skiing anywhere there's
Gym Team 10; Campus 11, 12; F.N.A. 12;
Spanish Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Open
House 10; Powder Puff Football 12
An active DeMolav member . .Nathanial Haw-
thorne College is Steve's dream. ..let's go bowl-
Cross Country 10, 11; Winter Track 10;
Spring Track 10, 11
"Take it easy ! "...Berm will soon be seen in the
Barb loves bow ling.. .a nursing career may be
in her future.. .works at Valla's News.
Chorus 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10
An aspiring legal secretary ...Bev loves horses
and riding. ..a member of C.Y.O.
Honors 10; Pep Club 10; Mr. Hill's Sec 't. 12
"My word ! "...filled with wanderlust. ..hopes to
travel after business school.
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Donovan's Sec't. 12;
Honors 10, 11; Jr. Party; Pep Club 12; Short-
hand Cert. 60
"Everything's fruity!" with this active girl...
Di works al Clapp Memorial. ..business school
F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 11; Honors 10, 11;
Cafe. ll;Miss Nve's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert.
Curlers and hair pins lie in her future . .Barb's
main ambition is to visit Hawaii.
Soph. Nom. Comm.; Pep Club 10
Bob will major in journalism in college... head
ed for a career in writing.
Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10,
11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Campus 11,
12; Honors 10
KATHLEEN B LEVINS
At home astride a horse or in the water...
Kathy's destination is college.
St. Gregory's 10, 11; Cheerleader 10, 11;
Girls' Basketball 10, 11; English Club 11
Energetic and eager... works as a cashier at
Curtis Farms.. .will easily achieve success.
Powder Puff Football 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12;
English Club 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10,
Adv. Staff 12
JANE BON ANT
Chick will take her place as a medical secretary
..."I don't know I".
Pep Club 10, 11; Mr. Horrigan's Sec't. 12;
H.R. Mesngr. 10
Likes all sports. ..Boris wants to become an
officer in the Marine Corps.
Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11; Baseball
10. 11; Sr. Party Comm. 12
Works after school at Boudreaus'gasstation.
Jake enjoys swimming and baseball.
GILBERT BOULEY, JR.
Plays basketball with the Hingham Summer
League.. .Moose aspires to join the Marine
Sacred Heart 10, 11; Basketball 10. 11; Base-
ball 10. 11; Social Chairman of Jr. Class;
Powder Puff Football Coach and Cheerleader
12; Sr. Dance Comm.
"Such is life."...Rollo is accomplished in the
installation and ventilation of heating ducts...
plans his career in this field.
A true friend. ..education is her profession. ..Pat
hopes to attend Keene Teacher 's College.
St. Ann's 10; Sr. Breakfast 10; Soph. Partv 10:
Pep Club 10; F.T.A. 12
"I kid you not!"...Marg anticipates working
in the I.B.M. field.
Pep Club; F.B.L.A.
A sincere and capable person. ..may possiblv
major in mathematics at college.
Powder Puff Football 12; Latin Cert 10; Jr.
Norn. Comm.; Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party
Comm.: Reflector H.R. Rep. 11, 12: Campus
11, Photog. Ed. 12; High Honors 10. 11:
Opening Ex. 11; Sr. Motto Comm.
Mike plans to enter the drafting profession
after graduation. .."Okay ! ".
A talent for sewing. ..enjovs sports. ..legal secre-
tarial work is Barb's goal.
Fashion Show 10. 11. 12; Cafe 12; Miss
Crocker's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12
An avid sports enthusiast.. .sees his future in
the sheet metal mechanical field.
Open House 11
A member of Weymouth BibleClubandC.Y.F.
...Kenny will be a sports fan on any college
Sincere and pleasant. ..the kevs of an I.B.M.
machine hold Mary's future.
Mr. Perry's Sec't. 12
that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans
A scholar, an athlete, and an asset to his school
...Mike anticipates further education at college
and law school.
Spring Track 10; Football 10, 11, Co-Captain
12; Wresding 11, 12; Student Council Alter-
nate 11, Pres. 12; Jr. Usher; Sr. Class Vice-
Pres.; Reflector Sports Ed. 12; Honors 10, 11
"Bet your life! "...Tom plans to join the Coast
Cuard branch of the service.
ARNOLD BRUCKER, JR.
An aspiring author. ..Arne desires to major in
journalism at college.
Honors 10, 11; Campus 11, 12
Enjoys creative writing.. .Tim's future lies in
the field of education.
Reflector 10. 11; Poetry Ed. 12; Honors 10
A future meteorologist.. .enjoys all sports...
especially bowling and football.
Library Club 10, 11, 12
An adept baton twirler... nursing calls Bunnee
...would like to train at St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
Irvin High School 10; Latin Club 10; F.N. A.
Works at Cain's Lobster House.. .desires to
enter the I.B.M. field. .."That's nice!".
Powder Puff Football 12
Burdie contemplates a career in the service.. .a
member of the National Guard.
A member of the 1963 Champion Basketball
team...Kathv plans on entering the nursing
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Pow-
der Puff Football 12; Jr. Party; Honors 11;
Debate Club 12
Has an intense desire to enter the nursing pro-
fession. .."You know what I mean?".
F.N. A. 12; Library Staff 12
Burnsie's patience and consideration will aid
her as an elementary school teacher...
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Jr.
Party; Cheerleader 11; Pep Club 11. 12; Cam-
pus 11; Sales Manag. 12; Powder Puff Foot-
ball 12; Sr. Prom. Comm.; Honors 10; High
Honors 11; Sr. Motto Comm.
An active and energetic girl. ..contemplates a
career as a dental secretary.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10;
Gym Team 12; English Club 11, Bookkeeper
12; Reflector Adv. 12; Powder Puff Football
12; Shorthand Cert. 60
JOHN BURNS. JR.
A leader among men. ..Jack will be a leader in
whatever field he enters.
Football 10, 11. Co-Capt. 12; Basketball 10.
11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Campus 11, 12;
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Jr. Usher
Plays the french horn. ..Dave's future holds
further education at college and in dentistry
Band 10. 11. 12
Enjoys both tennis and skating.. .Lee wants to
attend a bookkeeping school.
F.B.LA. 11, 12; Pep Club 11
This summer Val will visit England. ..then on
to junior college and a secretarial position.
Chorus 10; Mr. DiMartinis' Sec't. 12; F.B.LA.
Tennis and swimming are Joanne's favorite
sports.. .future likes in business school and ajob
as a secretary.
Honors 10, 11; Fashion Show 10, 11, 12;
Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12
The chemistry laboratories contain modern scientific equipment and apparatus.
Two periods a week the students work in these laboratories, where through
varied experiments this science is revealed and challenges the students, as here
in Mr. Gregory's class.
Active in all sports. ..Mikeisheadedforacareer
in the field of government.
Band 10; Jr. Party; H.R. Treas. 12; Honors
A library assistant at Tufts.. .Nan hopes toemer
junior college and become a medical secretary.
Gvmnastics 10. 11, 12: Pep Club 10, 11. 12;
E.N'.A. 11: F.B LA. 12: Powder Puff Football
12: Mr. Harrison s Sec t 12
An avid bowler.. .the keys to her future lie
the machines of the IBM field.
Pep Club 11
"Terrific! "...aspires to teach deaf-blind child-
ren. ..some day may be at the Perkins Institute
for the Blind.
F.T.A. 11. 12: Pep Club 11, 12: Fashion Show
10: Jr. Party. Grad. Dance Comm.
Enjoys water skiing and softball Punkin
hopes to enter college next September.
F.N". A. 12; Debate Club 12: Pep Club 10, 11,
12: Soph. Party Comm.: Reflector H.R. Rep.
Can be found bowling spares and strikes...
offset printing is right down his alley.
Open House 10. 11: Sr. Nom. Comm.
Derives pleasure from football. ..may his future
hold as much contentment and accomplishment
as his present-
Football 10: Cap & Gown Comm.
MAUREEN C ALLAN
A winner at bowling.. .her practicality will help
her be victorious as a secretary.
Pep Club 11: Shorthand Cert. 60
A defender of human rights. ..desires to become
Chorus 10; Orchestra 11. 12: Sr. Nom. Comm.:
Opening Ex. 10, 11: Honors 11: Tennis 10, 11,
12: Kev Club 11, 12
A sparkle in her eye...Kaye is sure to make
her way in the field of education.
Powder Puff Football 12: Pep Club 11, 12;
F.T.A. 11. 12: Jr. Party Comm.: H.R. Mesngr.
12: Honors 10. 11: Sr. Nom. Comm .: Spanish
A college hopeful... J aye will earn her place in
the teaching profession.
English Club 11. 12; F.T.A. 11. 12: Jr. Pany.
Honors 10: Powder Puff Football 12
Lvn beats her drum for the Braintree Warriors
...will march on to victors- whatever hercareer.
Chorus 10; Gvm Team 10, 11, 12; Reflector
H.R. Rep. ll;Pep Club 10, 11, 12; A.V. Sec't.
Efficient with carpenter's tools. ..will climb the
ladder of success in carpentry.
Sr. Norn. Comm.; Office Cuide 10, 11, 12;
Open House 10, 11
College is coming next.. .enjoys playing girls'
football.. .Xanc will leave her mark on the
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector Rep. 12; Gym
Team 11; Chorus 10. 11: Soph. Partv Comm.;
H.R. Mesngr. 10
Content astride ahorse.. Judvwilleasilvhurdle
all difficulties of the accounting field.
Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 10. 11
MARTIN CARRIKER. Ill
Quiet and conservative... Marty's future holds
promises of success both in college and after-
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Lab Ass't. 11; Jr. Norn.
Comm.; Basketball 10: Honors 10. 11
A skilled water skier.. .Ginnv. with her clever
wit, will find success as a medical secretary.
F.N. A. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Debate Club
12; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Soph. Party Comm.:
Grad. Dance Comm.
Active in sports... Casey will effortlesslv score a
point in the business world.
Baseball 10: W inter Track 10: Honors 11
Ronnie enjoys bowling.. .a lively personality
will aid her as an I.B.M. operator.
Water sports galore.. .Bill will do well in air-
craft maintenance technology for the Air Force.
Track; Open House; Office Duty: Wrestling
Team; Cap & Gown Comm. 12
A smile for everyone . Jerry will carry the flag
of success in the Navy.
Bookroom 10. 11
— born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter
peace, proud of our ancient heritage
Rob will march proudly with the Army. ..the
enemy will surely bite the dust.
Sympathetic and kind.. .May will reach the
fruition of her hopes as a Registered Nurse.
Cap & Gown Comm.; F.N. A. 11, 12; Pep Club
11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; English Club
11, 12; Honors 10, 11
ROBERT CHASE, JR.
A capable water skier.. .Bob will ride thewaves
of success as a sheet metal mechanic.
Open House; Office Duty
An avid bowler... Re is sure to strike success as
an X-Ray technician.
F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10, 11
HENRY CHMIELINSKI, JR.
Football coach. ..girls' that is.. .Hap will make
a touchdown in whatever field he enters.
Powder Puff Football Coach 12; St. John's
Prep. 10; Soph. Class Sec't.; Football 10
JOSEPH C1RICLIANO, JR.
A true friend. ..will sow the seeds of wisdom in
the minds of his future students.
Hockey 10, 11, 12; Baseball 11
Team teaching is an experimental program incorporated into English this year.
The basic idea is that certain material, such as literature, can be more effectively
presented through lectures to a large group (shown); thus permitting small-
group instruction in grammar and composition.
An inspired writer.. .Doug's chosen field is
journalism. ..an officer in DeMolay and Vice-
President of his youth group.
Reflector 11, 12
An eagle's eye, a lion's heart, and a lady's
hand. ..prerequisites for medicine.
Cafe. 10; Chorus 11, 12; Jr. Nom. Comm.;
English Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; Cam-
pus 11, 12; Powder Puff Football 12; Honors
10; High Honors 11
ROBERT CLARK. JR.
Medicine is Bob's field. ..his hands hold his
future and the lives of many.
Kev Club 12; Honors 10, 11
Sincere and sensible.. .won't catch Sheila
torturing ladies' hair into new and horrifying
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Miss Ochs' Sec'L 12
Sue desires to extend her boundaries of knowl-
edge.. .will instill this knowledge in her future
English Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus
11, 12; Chorus 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.;
Powder Puff Football 12; Cafe. 10; Latin Cert.
10; Honors 10. 11
Always a good natured smile., .inside the doors
of business an office awaits Anna.
Athletic Office Sec't.
Participates in church basketball. ..Bobbie will
easily make a basket as a medical secretary.
English Club 11. 12; Spanish Club 10; Riding
Club 12; Honors 10, 11; Powder Puff Football
Active in Rainbow. ..will click the keys of a
typewriter as an efficient business secretarv.
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Shorthand
Cert. 60; Mrs. Moss' Sec't. 12
Good natured. ..Jim will weave the threads of
sentences as a journalist.
Band 10. 11, 12
Next stop: college.. .sure to cause the racing
pulses of future patients.
Soph. Party Comm.
An energetic ice skater.. Judy will cut a keen
figure as a practical nurse.
Library Staff 11; Pep Club 10, 11; F.N. A. 12
A member of the Viking Club. ..Judy will win
her wings as an airline stewardess.
Pep Club 10, 12
Patiaice and understanding . .will help the
underprivileged peoples of the world as a
Headed for business school. ..Jerrv will add his
way to success in the accounting field.
A.V. lO, Golf 12
ELAINE CON LEY
'"That's nice ! "...Elaine will soon be found
behind a stack of dog-eared ledgers.
Powder Puff Football 12
Hopes to attend hair dressing school. ..will
transform women's hair into beautiful flowing
Will impart her knowledge to her students...
active in C.Y.O. and C.Y.O. Council.
A.V. 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Pep Club 11, 12;
F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12; Hon-
An avid swimmer and horseback riding fan...
Lyn desires to enter junior college.
Soph. Partv Comm.; Gym Team 10. 11. 12
PAI L CONNOR
Trained in the tools of his trade.. .will hammer
his way to success as a carpenter.
Active in Scouting.. .will blaze his trail in the
field of engineering.
A.V. 10. Math Club 11; Honors 10. 11
Quick with a smile.. .will occupy a strategic
perch in the working world.
Soph. Party Comm.; Mr. Ghiorse's Sec't. 12
PAL L COOKE
Machine minded.. .will work his way to success
in the field of sheet metal.
A member of a skin diving club. ..will rise to
the surface as a chemical engineer.
Track 10: Gymnastics 11; Powder Puff Foot-
ball Cheerleader 12
Is your hair a stringy mop, girls ?...Chrii will
change it to a crowning glory of beautiful
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.LA. 10; Library Staff
11; Chorus 11, 12
A football fanatic... Tony will carry the ball to
the goal line in business school.
Enjoys swimming... will swim with the tide in
the teaching profession.
Student Council 10. 11: Soph. Nom. Comm.:
Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; Powder
Puff Football 12
An interest and ability in art. .desires to enter
college as an art major this fall.
Campus 10, 11, Art Ed. 12; Pep Club 11, 12;
Soph. Party Comm.; Gymnastics 10. 11, 12;
Powder Puff Football 12
Works at Jimmy's Auto Repair., gains valu-
able experience for building his own dragster.
Can be found tinkering with cars.. Fred wishes
to enter General Motors School.
Reflector H.R. Rep. 12
A college hopeful. ..will trace patterns intheskv
as a test pilot
Reflector Art Staff 11, 12; Powder Puff Football
12; Scholastic Art Award 10; F.N. A. 12
Hopes to enter Suffolk University.. Jay will
soon be snooping around Washington for the
Baseball 11, 12
Loves skating.. Jo will glide through junior
college and become a medical secretary.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 11;
F.B.LA. 12; Powder Puff Football 12; Gvm
— and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those hitman
rights to which this nation has a/ways been committed.
Experienced in sewing. ..keeps everyone in
stitches. ..sees herself as a future pharmacist.
Pep Club 11, 12; Bowling League 10; F.T.A.
11; Honors 10, 11; Latin Cert, of Superior
Merit 10; Powder Puff Football 12; Campus
11, Sports Ed. 12; Grad. Dance Comm.
Rob belongs to the Navy Reserves.. .will keep
his uniform for the regular Navy.
Jr. Party Comm.
A bowling fan. ..Bob will strike success as a
sheet metal worker.
Open House; Office Duty
School of design is the next step in Marie's
education..." Best you do."
Works at Washington Drug Store... future lies
at a typewriter and a secretary's desk.
Pep Club 12; Bowling League 10
JOHN CUNNINGHAM, JR.
"Lots of luck ! "...an expressive person... hopes
to enter either college or the service.
Spanish Club 11
Active and eager.. .business school awaits Rene
with open doors. ..hopes to become a medical
Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12;
F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 10; Reflector H.R. Rep.
10; Powder Puff Football 12; Book Fair 10;
Bowling League 10; Cap & Gown Comm. 12;
Riding Club 12
Sea and ski are fine with Nance.. .always
willing to help someone in need.
Pep Club 11. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Powder Puff
Football Chairman 12; Spanish Club 12; Sr.
Prom Comm.; Honors 10
Active in church work. ..Mac will alwavs be in
the pink of fashion as a model.
Jr. Partv Comm.; Bowling League 10; Mr.
DiMartinis' Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Powder
Puff Football 12
"Isn't that peachy ?"... the world of business
or the flying world holds Jody's future.
Jr. Party Comm.; Open House 11
An excellent basketball player.. .will score the
point as a sheet metal mechanic.
Open House; Office Duty
SUSAN D 'AM ICO
An avid bowler.. .hopes to attend business
school or Quincy Junior College.
Jr. Party Comm .; Soph. Party Comm.; F.B. LA.
12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Shorthand Cert 60
Likes to swim and ski.. ."'Probably ! "...will enter
college and become an elementary school
Gvm Team 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, Sec't. 12;
Pep Club 10, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; Cheerlead-
er 11; Powder Puff Football 12
A future follower of Florence Nightingale...
enjoys both skiing and sewing... active in Rain-
Honors 10; High Honors 11; F.N. A. 11;
Powder Puff Football 12; Jr. Norn. Comm. 11;
Campus 11, Copy Ed. 12; Fashion Show 10
A part-time worker at Sears.. .would like to
major in the science field at college.
Sr. Norn. Comm.; Reflector Art Staff 12; Gym
Team 11, 12
Interested in the field of photography. ..Bob's
future lies in printing.
Office Guide 11; Open House 11; Jr. Nom.
Active in Girl Scouts. ..hopes to major in
elementary education at college.
Latin Cert. 10; Honors 10, 11; F.T.A. 11,
Vice-Pres. 12; Librarv 11, 12; Reflector Art
Co- Ed. 12
An excellent preparation for aspiring stenographers and secretaries is provided
through a two-year specialization in the business course. As graduates, the
stenos are proficient in shorthand and typing and have been trained in such
related subjects as office practice and bookkeeping. Pictured: Miss Norris.
RAY DAVID, JR.
A lover of motor scooters. ..will further his
education in the electronical engineering field.
Football 10; Gym. Team 11, 12; Lab Ass't. 11;
Cap & Gown Comm.
A member of Rainbow. ..hopes to enter Long
Island Hospital as a nurse In training.
Hanover High 10, 11; Pep Club 10; Silver
Lake High 11
Hopes to enter college and major in art.. .is
now taking courses at Mass. Art.
Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 11; Reflector Art
Staff 12; Reflector U.K. Rep. 12
Enjoys boating. ..Bill will sail before the wind
in the Coast Cuard.
Bookroom 10, 11
Active in M.Y.K. and herchurch choir... aspires
to enter the secretarial field.
Cafe. 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Shorthand
Cert 60, 80; Honors 10. 11
A future English major at college... an active
member of Camp Fire Girls.
Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; Reflector 11, Ed.-in-
Chief 12; Math Club 11. 12; WGBH Bulletin
Board 11; Latin Cert. 10; M.I.T. Jr. Science
Symposium 11; Merit Scholarship LetterCom-
mend. 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11; Date-
line Boston Science Quiz 12
RUSSELL DeCOSTE, JR.
An Explorer Scout who likes to fish and camp
...looking forward to entering junior college.
An active student.. .patients can't help but feel
better with Sue for their nurse.
F.B.L.A. 10; Pep Club 10, 12; F.N. A. 12
New Brunswick High School's gift to Wey-
mouth High...Sharlie will become an airline
New Brunswick High School (New Jersev)
10. 11; Chorus
Active in Youth Group, bowling team, and
DeMolav... desires to enter Bentley College of
Gvm Team 10
A capable dancer... teaches dancing school now
and plans to enter the field professionally.
Fashion Show 11; Open House 11
JO A XX DeLUCIA
Jo's future lies in beautifying women's hair,
enjoys bowling and swimming.
Pep Club 10; Cafe. 10
A sports fan. ..especially football, fishing, and
hunting.. .business administration is his future.
A.V. Club 10
A member of the Civil Air Patrol who has a
student's pilot license... will major in aeronauti-
Chess Club 10
A private print shop owner.. .Greg would like
to become an accountant after college.
A boating enthusiast.. .will easily sail through
the storms of life.
Open House 11
After graduation Bruce will enter thecarpentry
trade. ..anyone need a house built?
Cross Country 11, 12; Open House 11, 12;
Office Guide 10, 11, 12; Cap & Gown Comm.
A talented musician. ..plays in the Quincy Sym-
phony Orchestra... active in Boy Scouts.
A.V. 10; Band 10, 11, 12
Interested in a career in law or psychiatrv...
loves flying and golfing.
Honors 10; Reflector Rep. 10; Cross Country
10; W inter Track 10; Spring Track 10; Powder
Puff Football Cheerleader 12
Bill sees his future as a biochemist.. .enjoys
hunting and fishing.
Winter Track 10; Spring Track 10; Biologv
Club 11; Lab Assistant 11, 12
Hopes to entertheengineeringfield... swimming
and surfing rate high with Fred.
Football 10, 11; Gvmnastics 10. 11; Track 11
and to which we are committed today at home and around the ivorld.
A musical girl. ..talented piano player.. .piano
teaching will be in her future.
Dramatic Club 11; English Club 12
Headed for the military service... serving his
country will be his career.
Football 10; Book Fair 10; Open House 11
Plans a career as a lawyer.. .enjoys strumming
Flight school will open its wings wide for
Dunny.. ."Always be good!".
Book Fair 10; Baseball 10, 11; Student Coun-
cil 10; Soph. Party Comm.; Sr. Nom. Comm.;
Powder Puff Football Coach & Cheerleader 12;
Cap & Gown Comm.
Fun loving and carefree.. .Leo plans to major
in education and later teach.
RICHARD DOOLIN, JR.
Always in the thick of things.. .plans to join
Uncle Sam's fight.
One of die most popular vocational courses offered is the Auto Repair course
which combines expert instruction with complete facilities and equipment. The
three-year program covers every phase of automotive mechanics. Pictured:
Neil Burden and Robert Craven.
Enjoys fishing and diving. ..will ride the wave
of success in the air conditioning field.
EDW ARD DOW
Ed will achieve success as a drafting engineer
...an excellent weight lifter.
A future electrician. ..Red now belongs to the
Wide and diverse interests... active in Boy
Scouts.. .also enjoys stamp collecting and
Band 10, 11, 12; High Honors 10; Honors 11
Hoping to enter the field of law. ..perhaps a
future legal secretary.
Spanish Club 11; Powder Puff Football 12;
Campus 12; Honors 10, 11; English Club
Sweet and sensitive.. .sure to be loved by her
toddler patients as a pediatrician.
Cafe. 11; Shorthand Cert. 60
One of our track stars.. .enthusiastically interest-
ed in English. ..plans to major in that field at
Cross Country 10, 11; Co-Captain 12; Winter
Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12;
A great sense ofhumor... the teaching profession
is Paul's goal. .."To each his own !".
Baseball 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Powder
Puff Football Cheerleader 12; Sr. Prom Comm.
Duckv is college bound. ..active in both De-
Molay and Y.M.C.A.
Baseball 10, 11; Powder Puff Football Cheer-
A member of the Naval Reserves.. .becoming
a hospital corpsman is his goal.
Open House 11; Cross Country 10
A veterinarian of tomorrow. ..loves animals...
often seen horseback riding.
Powder Puff Football 12; Sr. Prom Comm.
"Hey, neat!".. .a skiing student... Ding will
climb the slopes of the education field.
Gym Team 10, 12; F.T.A. 12; Campus 12;
Latin Cert. 10; Honors 10. 11; H.R. Mesngr.
11; Powder Puff Football 12
Hound to be a soldier.. .hobbies are in the field
of photography and sports.
Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10,
Jim anticipates a career asan engineer.. .apart-
time fireman at Edaville Railroad.
Thoughtful and kind... Dick will build himself
a great future as an architect.
Crad. Dance Comm.
U npredictable Bill. ..an accountant to be.. .en-
joys all types of sports.
Football 11; Spring Track 10, 11
A complimentary member of the Old Colony
Club... future lies in mathematics.
Campus 12; Math Club 11, Program Chair-
man 12; Math Team 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12;
Latin Cert 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11, 12;
H.R. Mesngr. 11; Open House 11; High Hon-
ors 10, 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Cap & Gown
Education interests Kate.. .would like to become
a teacher., "good ! ".
Gym Team 10, 11; Fashion Show 10; Pep Club
11; One Act Plays 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.;
F.T.A. 12; Debate Club 12; Powder' Puff Foot-
Interested in home economics.. .loves to sew
and cook in her leisure hours.
Fashion Show 10,11
A member of C.Y.O....a modern office is just
the place for an aspiring secretary.
Fashion Show 10. 11. 12; Mr. Carven's Sec't.
12; F.B.LA. 12; Powder Puff Football 12
Headed for college , participates in the St.
Francis Drum & Bugle Corps.
intensely drawn towards
"To be or not to be
the Thespian arts.
Production Mgr. of One Act Plays 11; Wrest-
ling 11, 12; Reflector 12; English Club 12:
Honors 10, 11
GEORGE EATON, JR.
A future auto mechanic... belongs to the "Road
Runners" Hot Rod Club.
An active Sportsman Club memberwho enjoys
hunting.. .Dave's future lies in printing.
Open House 11
ANDREW EXDRUSICK. JR.
A member of C.Y.O....Andy will further his
education and become an accountant.
An extremely creative girl. ..hopes to enter
education. ..""Who, me?".
F.T.A. 11, 12; English Club 12; Pep Club 12;
Enjoys studying, especially biology. ..Chris is
president of his Y.P.F.
Sr. Norn. Comm.; Band 10, 11, 12
Sweet and thoughtful. ..Barb's ability in mathe-
matics will aid her in that field.
Math Club 11, 12; Math Team 11, 12; H.R.
Mesngr. 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.;
Honors 10; High Honors 11
An ambitious, conscientious student.. .Kathy
will be a success in the field of her choice.
Shorthand Cert. 60
"What's new ? "...bound to serve his country.,
it's the army all the way for Deacon.
Open House, Office Duty
On her way to becoming a secretary ...loves
bowling and water skiing.
Pep Club 10, 12; Grad. Dance Comm.
Interested in business administration. ..hopes
to attend Burdett... active in sports.
Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill,
Working towards a nursing career.. .when not
in white uniform may be on white slopes ski-
F.B.LA. 11, 12; F.N. A. 12; Pep Club 11, 12;
Mrs. Hoyle's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60;
Jr. Party Comm.; Honors 11
"It's all right! "...Ken's future lies in the field
of printing... a member of the Naval Reserves.
Sr. Prom Comm .
Lively. ..Sue hopes to soar through the skvand
become an airline stewardess.
Pep Club 10; Chorus 10. 11. 12; Reflector
Always the helping friend... Vera 's future is in
permanent waves.. ."Of course!".
Gym Team 11; Pep Club 10
Electronic engineering is Alan's future field...
president of his church youth group.
A.V., Vice-Pres. 11. Pres. 12; Band 10, 11
A talented dancer , headed for Wentworth or
Franklin... then a career in architecture.
J r. Party Comm .
FRANC INE FINN
An airline stewardess of tomorrow. ..when on
the ground she will enjoy bowling and swim-
F.B.LA. 10. 11. 12; Jr. Partv Comm.; Pep
Club 11, 12
Secretarial school awaits Di... enjoys outside
activities, especially riding and Softball.
"You'd better believe it ! "...Mo looks forward
to attending Bridgewater.
Pep Club 11, 12; Soph. Nom. Comm.; Soph.
Party Comm.; F.T.A. 11, 12; Bowling League
10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Grad. Dance Comm.
Today a student, tomorrow a draftsman...
attending Wentworth is Fitzy's goal.
ANNE MARIE FLAHERTY
Anne wants to go to college and major in
history... afterwards, teaching is a possibility.
Chorus 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; English Club
11, 12; Pep Club 12
Aims to become a labor negotiator.. .cultural
chairman of her youth group.
Library Staff 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11; English
Club 11, 12; Gym Team 10; Honors 10;
Debate Club 12
LEONARD FLAHERTY, JR.
Interested in industry. ..his ambition is to enter
Archbishop Williams 10; Baseball 10; Track
10; Gym Team U; A.V. 11, 12; Spanish Club
11; Spring Track 11; Key Club 12; Cross
Always smiling.. .Laney's dream is to become
a medical secretary.
Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Jr. Party Comm.;
Mr. Mahn's Sec't. 12
Active in C.Y.O.... headed for Chandler's... a
future medical secretary.
English Club 12; Chorus 10; Open House 11;
Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Mr. Powers' Sec't. 12;
Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Campus 12; F.B.L.A.
11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60
Look up L.John will fly high with theAirForce
...active in C.Y.O.
Hockey 10; Football 10; Open House 11, 12
Dental work at Tufts lies ahead. ..enjoys sports
and playing the organ.
Headed for business school and secretarial
work. ..loves swimming.. "Definitely ! ".
Open House 11
Our social studies courses give pupils an understanding of the myriad difficulties
which our government faces; they study present day conflicts in relation to past
history. The philosophies and cultures of other governments and other eras are
also analyzed. Pictured: Mr. Dempsey's class.
A great sense of humor.. .will soon be seen
behind a desk as a secretary.
Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 12
Humorous "Wink" desires to beanursc.does
volunteer work at South Shore Hospital.
F.N. A. 11, Pres. 12; Gym Team 10, 12; Cam-
pus 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11; Sr. Play
Plans to teach after graduation from Wheaton,
III.... an avid riding and swimming fan.
Chonis 11, 12; Library Staff 11; Honors 11
Always smiling.. .Charlie has high hopes for a
Student Council 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Gym
Team 11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; F.T.A. 11;
F.N. A. 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Debate Club 12;
Bowling league 10; Powder Puff Football 12;
Honors 11; Sr. Prom Comm.
A future Marine pilot. .active in DeMolay...a
talented singer..." Band, attention!".
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Band 12
An excellent dancer who teachesdancing school
...desires to become a secretary.
Open House 11; Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12
Good natured..." Little Don" will further his
education at college.
Bound for further education at W heaton, 111....
fond of riding, skating and swimming.
Reflector 10, 11, 12; H.R. Rep. 10, 11, 12;
Library Staff, Jr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Nom.
Comm.; English Club 12; F.T.A. 12; High
Honors 10; Honors 11
Installs kitchen cabinets as a job... Rich will
become a cabinet maker.
Open House 10, 11, 12
An active Scout who likes outdoor activities.,
hopes to major in forestry at college.
Math Club 11
Active in M.Y.F....Lin likes basketball. ..does
volunteer Red Cross work.
Library Staff 10, 11; Gym Club 10. 11
Eager to attend Quincy Junior College.. .secre-
tarial work is her goal.
Pep Club 12; Powder Puff Football 12
Hunting, fishing, and trapping interest him...
will enjoy conservation work.
Jr. Party Comm.; Bowling League 10
A whiz in math. ..will put this talent topractical
use as an accountant.
JOHN GAM BELL
Serious and considerate.. John's main ambi-
tion is to enter the field of architecture.
Office Guide 11, 12; Open House 10, 11, 12;
Jr. Nom. Comm.
A winsome personality.. .will be loved by her
high school English students.
Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 12; Debate Club 11,
Sec't. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; English Club 12;
General Manager of Paper-Back Book Store
12; One Act Plays 11; Sr. Party Comm.; Bowl-
ing League 10; Jr. Party Comm.
A capable math student.. .desires to further his
education in the mathematics field.
Bowling League 10
Active in his church youth group. ..interests lie
in electronical engineering.
Math Club 11. 12; Key Club 12
Active in Rainbow. ..dreams of being either an
I.B.M. operator or an accountant.
Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10; Mr. Dwyer's
Giff plans to become an executive secretary
after college.. .here's hoping it's Chandler.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Reflector
H.R. Rep. 11; Campus 12; High Honors 11;
that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship,
support any friend,
Bets is quite artistic. ..hopes to major in art at
Vesper George School of Arts.
Art Club 10; A.V. 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11,
12; Dance Decoration Comm. 10, 11
Everybody's friend... a future nursing position
for Judy Gil..." Neat ! ".
Class Treas. 12; Campus Feature Ed. 12; Hon-
ors 10, 11; Soph. Nom. Comm.; Cheerleading
12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 11,
12; Bowling League 10; Vice-Pres. EN. A. 11;
Jr. Party Comm.; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Powder Puff
An orderly at the South Shore Hospital...
surgery is his chosen profession. .."Mister Un-
High Honors 10, 11; Basketball 10, 11, 12;
Soph. Party Chairman; Jr. Party Comm.; Key
Club; Sr. Nom. Comm.; U. Mass. Seminar
Rep.; Ferdinand 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12;
M.I.T. Chemistry Test; Sr. Science Council
Sports, sports, sports. ..Dobie loves them all...
future lies in the sheet metal field.
Open House; Sr. Prom Comm.; Spring Track
Gil would like to be a technical engineer.. .parti-
cipates in numerous sports.
Track 11. 12; Cross Country 11, 12; Gymnas-
tics Team 11; Jr. Party Comm.
An active sports participant.. .after college Dick
will enter business administration.
Hockey 10, 11, 12; Football 10; Jr. Party
Practice in speaking and comprehension are just as important in learning a
modern foreign language as practice in reading and writing. In our foreign
language laboratories students can listen to practice tapes to improve compre-
hension and record their own voices to correct errors in pronunciation.
Energetic and eager.. .Betsy hopes to be an
Clothing 12; F.B.LA. 12; Latin Cert.
Interested in world of fashion.. .enjoys sewing
and looks forward to a career in modeling.
Student Council 10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Jordan
Marsh Fashion Council
Ice skating is one of her hobbies.. .Barb will
work and then marry.
Shorthand Cert 60; Cap & Gown Comm.;
Sue hopes to attend Burden.. .eventually will
enter foreign service.
H.R. Mesngr. 10; Gym Team 10; Cafe. 11, 12;
F.B.LA. 12; Mrs. 'Masters' Sec't. 11; Mrs.
Wheeler's Sec't 12; Open House 11; Bowling
CLEMENT GRASSIA, JR.
Interested in all sports. ..Clem wishes to go to
college and then become a buyer.
Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12;
Graduation Dance Comm.
An eager mountain climber.. .will climb high in
the I.B.M. field.
Public Speaking 12; Bowling Team 10; Book
Fair 10; H.R. Mesngr.
Plays the bugle.. .will be seen on the campus
of a liberal arts college.
Anticipates teacher's college.. .elementary edu-
cation is her field of interest.
F.T.A. 11, 12; Office Work 12; Public Speaking
12; English Club 12
Has developed his talent in art. .will be seen at
a drawing board as a commercial artist or a
Campus Art Staff 11, 12; Art Major 12
Accounting is her chosen field , works part-
time at Eddie's Diner.
Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; Open
House Guide 11
Nat belongs to C.Y. ().... business school is in
Good natured and considerate.. .has definite
creative ability.. .aims for a career in art.
RICHARD HAG AN
Hopes to join the Paratroopers. ..holds a part-
time job selling shoes.
Likes Swimming. ..will swim the silver stream of
success as a printer.
Enjoys working on cars. ..Dan hopes to begin
work after graduation.
Speaks fluent French, "mes amis".. .after gradu-
ation she will enter the secretarial field.
H.R. Mesngr. 10; Honors 10; High Honors 11
An active C.V.O. member.. .nursing school lies
ahead for Val.
Loves tennis, swimming, and acrobatics... Dave
hopes to be a foreman in the stainless steel
Vast field of interests... outgoing personality...
plans to study liberal arts at Mount Holvoke.
Campus 11; Ed-in-Chief 12; Nom. Comm. 10,
11; One Act Play 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12;
Debate Club 11, 12; Soph. & Jr. Party Coram .;
Library Staff U; Powder Puff Football 12; Sr.
Prom Comm.; Latin Cert. ofSuperiorMeritlO;
National Merit Cert.; Honors 10; High Honors
Charlie's hobby is hot rods. ..his ambition is
the operation of heavy equipment.
SHARON HAN LEY
A majorette.. .anticipates a career in the field of
X-ray technology at Newton-Welleslev Hospi-
Archbishop Williams 10, 11; Pep Club; Dra-
matic Club; Newspaper, Debate Club 11, 12;
English Club 12; Drum Majorette 12
WILLIAM HAN LEY
A Quincy Symphony member.. .Bill isinterested
in aviation and engineering.
Band 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; Letter for
A secretarial position would please Gay. . also
interested in bowling and hairdressing.
Shorthand Cert. 60
Johnny likes all sports.. .would like to attend a
liberal arts college.
B.C. High 10, 11; Basketball 10; Baseball 10,
11; Oratorical Contest; Cap & Gown Comm.;
Powder Puff Football Cheerleader 12
LOUIS HAN RAH AN
Can be seen behind a stove at Red Coach. ..will
be seen behind the wheel of a Corvette someday.
Val will go on to business school then become
Bowling League 10; Honors 10; Shorthand
A volunteer worker at Quincy Hospital. ..to
enter a nursing school is her goal.
Cheerleader 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Eng-
lish Club 12; Spanish Club 11; F.N. A. 11, 12
Rides horses.. .aims for a career in fashion as
a designer or model.
Pep Club 10; D.E.; D.E.C.A.
A sharp ice-skater.. .would liketoenter account-
ing after business school.
F.B.LA. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A.
Swimming is her favorite pastime. .will be seen
doing secretarial work.
F.B.LA. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Honors 10,
11; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Cafe. 11, 12; Miss Can-
ning's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60
oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty.
Assistant veterinarian at animal hospital,
enjoys photography as a hobby.
Likes dancing . .may be the owner of her own
JOSEPH HASSAN, JR.
An accomplished athlete ..hopes to attend Tufts
...then will enter the dentistry profession.
Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Student
Council 11, 12; Jr. Class Pres.; Jr. Party
Comm.; Honors 10
A member of the Quincy Judo Club... Don
intends to go to college.
Debate Club 12; Student Council 10; Honors
11: Hockey 10. 11: Kev Club 12
A sports enthusiast aiming for the major
leagues.. .plays the guitar.
J.V. Hockey 10; Hockey 11. 12; Baseball 11.
A real sports car enthusiast., someday Ernie
hopes to own his own body shop.
Enjoys swimming and bowling.. .will enter the
bookkeeping field after business school.
Campus Sec't. 12: Bowling League 10: Honors
A member of Weymouth Sportsmen's Club...
aims for a position as a mathematician.
Wrestling 12: Math Club 12; Jr. Usher
A member of C.Y.O.... hopes to become a
teacher after college.
Pep Club 11; Spanish Club 11; Reflector Adv.
Staff 12: Bowling League 10
Desires to travel and see the world... success
is sure to come.
Spanish Club 11: Bowling League 10: Powder
Puff Football Cheerleader 12
JOHN HERMAN, JR.
Sees his future as a civil engineer.. .Northeast-
ern is his choice.
Greatly enjoys sports.. .looks forward to a
career as a research biologist.
Brillo will further his education at college...
either Wentworth or Northeastern.. ."Thanks
a lot ! ".
Participates in Y.M.C.A. activities.. .interestlies
in the field of baseball.
Football 10; Baseball 10, II, 12
An interest in science will aid Dick... will enter
the field of mechanical engineering.
Math Club; Lab Ass't. 11
Undecided in his choice of career.. .will be a
success in whatever he attempts.
Horseback riding and bowling are for her.. .a
Pep Club 10; Cap & Gown Comm.
In the cabinetmaking shop all kinds of woodcraftsmanship are taught, and
many school furnishings are made. With the aid of the finest tools available
and highly qualified cabinetmakers as instructors, the boys are given a fine
career preparation. Pictured: Paul Patterson, Peter Banta.
Social studies teaching is Hokie's dream,
fishing and sailing are his hobbies.
Extremely talented in art. .Dave anticipates
becoming a commercial artist.
Bowling I-eague 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Sr. Play
Decorations Comm.; Reflector Art Staff 11,
Interested in all types of water sports.. ."Keep
it up ! ".
Key Club 12
Buying is in Sandy's future.. .cooking and
dress making rate in her book.
L'ndecided whether her field is dental or secre-
tarial..." Mother please, I'd rather do it my-
Pep Club; F.B.LA.
NEW LAND HOLMES III
Contemplates attending Bowdoin...will per-
haps become an officer in the Marines.
Mai has spent three educational years in
Germany. ..future lies in medical field.
Ludwigsburgh High School 10; Cheerleader
10; Dramatics 10; Crad. Dance Comm.
Dreams of becoming an English teacher...
active in C.Y.O.
F.T.A. 12; English Club 12; Jr. Prom Comm.
LEONARD HOUCHTON, JR.
An adept carpenter will enter the field of
carpentry after the service.
JOHN HOUSMAN, JR.
Butch plays the trumpet.. .plans to study chem-
istry at U. of M.
Football 10; Track 10; Powder Puff Football
Cheerleader 12; Cap & Gown Comm.
NT LA HOYESTADT
Participates in outside sports... especially enjoys
horseback riding and bowling.
Jr. Party Comm.; Honors 11
Hopes to become an elementary school teacher
...assists in teaching Sunday School.
Bowling League 10; Latin Cert. 10; Open
House 11; Jr. Xom. Comm.; F.T.A. 11, Pres.
12; Campus 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11
Interested in I.B.M. work... a member of De-
Molav who enjovs playing basketball.
Bowling League 10
May have a calling for the priesthood. ..if not,
it's the Marines for Bill.
Band 10, 11; Football 10; Baseball 11;
Honors 1 1
Artistically inclined. ...Marsh contemplates a
career behind an I.B.M. machine..." To be
Bowling League 10; Pep Club 10, 11
An active Explorer Scout.. .business school
comes next.. .then Pete will become a business
Jr. Party Comm.; Wresding 12
JOSEPH HUXTER, JR.
Capable with hammer and nails.. .Joe's future
lies in the field of carpentry.
Office Guide 11, 12
Busboy at the Pancake House.. .Bobwouldlike
to teach physical education.
Travel lures her.. .would love to see Germany,
then on to college.
Sherry works at Sheridans... gains valuable
experience there for her career in fashion
A sports enthusiast., contemplates a future as
a draftsman..." That's life!".
Open House; Office Dutv; Xom. Comm.; Jr.
And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for
you — ask what you can do for your country.
Active in C.Y.O. and Y.M.C. A....Kd plans to
major in engineering , perhaps at Northeast-
Winter & Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party
Comm.; Honors 10, 11
A Softball champ from Capital Market.. .Tom's
choice is Bentley College.. .accounting is his
F.B.LA. 12; Sr. Party Comm.
At home on a horse or on ice.. .Kitten's future
is in curlers and clips. .."Pardon me!".
JOHN JAR VIS
[ughead would like to be self-employed. ..hopes
to attend college.
An accomplished guitarist.. Dee laudably de-
sires to help retarded children.
Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; RidingClub
"Ask me if I care ! "...Jenk is interested in being
Phvsics is a science dealing with heat, light, sound, and mechanics and plays an
increasingly important roll in the modern scientific world. In classes such as
Mr. Daly's students cope with problems in these areas. Here Robert MacKean
and Dewev Borellini delve into the subject.
Vema anticipates a collegeeducation... plans to
major injoumalism... conscientious and sincere
...active in Rainbow.
Pep Club 11, 12; English Club 12; Latin Cert
10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Campus 11 ,12; Reflector
Literary Contest 11; Grad. Dance Comm.
Hammers and nails are necessary for every
carpenter..." Thanks a lot!".
A.V. Convention Guide 12; Track 10, 11
WILLIAM JOHNSON, JR.
Bill anticipates a career in electronical tech-
nology. ..active in C.Y.O.
Fun loving.. .Walt's luture includes a dentist's
office and hopefully a long line of patients.
Kev Club; Sr. Prom Comm.; Honors 10; Foot-
ball 10, 11; Track 10
Basketball and baseball are Jonesy's favorite
sports. ..engineering will be his career.
Sr. Nora. Comm.; Basketball; Baseball
Bunnv is interested in law. ..perhaps will be-
come a legal secretary.
A C.Y.O. disk jockey... Dick's future lies in
A.V. Club; Wresding Team
Worthy Advisor of Rainbow. ..Nance's high
school students will surely think she's a "hot
F.T.A. 11, 12; English Club 12; Reflectory. R.
Rep. 11, 12; Latin Cert. 10; Sr. Play Usherette
Dotty hopes to enter business school after
graduation. ..works as a salesgirl.
Pep Club 10, 11; Fashion Show 10, 11; Jr.
Party Comm.; Cafe. 11
A talented chorus member.. .will make music
and singing her career.
Pep Club 10, 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Gym Team
10, 12; Bowling League 10; H.R. Mesngr. 10,
President of Sportsman Club. ..Bob looks to-
ward a future in architecture.
Wresding 11. 12
"Oh, really ? "...enjoys sewing.. .Man- would
like to enter the field of hairdressing.
Fashion Show 11; D.E.C.A.
A XX KAMMERER
Likes bowling and riding horses., would like
to become a librarian after night school.
Riding Club 12
Artistic ability. ..Rainie hopes to major inlang-
uages at Bates... enjoys playing the piano.
Band 10; Latin Cert. 10; High Honors 10, 11;
Campus Art Staff 12; Reflector 11; English
Club 11, 12; Math Club 11
A riding fan. ..belongs to Bible Club and Rain-
bow. ..desires to attend W'heaton.
Chorus 10; Library Staff 11; F.T.A. 12:
Reflector 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11;
Soph. Party Comm .
An active bowler... after attending U. of M.,
Betsy plans to become a corporation lawyer.
F.B.LA.; Honors 10, 11
College is next.. .then a career in the field of
Larry enjoys hunting and fishing.. .aspires to
become a future conservationist
Spring Track 12
ANNE MARIE KELLEY
A fun loving dance fan...hairdressing is her
Powder Puff Football 12: Sr. Prom Comm.
Works at a nursing home...C.Y.O. Council
Social Chairman. ..would like to go to busi-
Pep Club 11: F.B.LA. 12
Finds pleasure in horseback riding and water
skiing.. .Kell wants to attend Sargent.
Pep Club 10. 11, 12: H.R. Mesngr. 11; Jr.
Party Comm.; Gvm Team 12; Chorus 12
"'You gotta believe it ! "...Jeanie's artistic talent
will aid her as a fashion designer.
Pep Club 11
Mike is president of his C.Y.O....has held the
title of South Shore Junior Bowling Cham-
pion. ..plans to be a lawyer.
English Club 11, 12; Senior One Act Play;
Bowling League 10
Likes sewing and cooking.. .plans on going to
California job hunting.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 12; Open House
A hairdresser of tomorrow. ..spends free time
developing her artistic talent.
GARDNER KEN 1
A water sports enthusiast.. .sailing, boating,
and fishing are favorites. ..after graduation it's
Works at Woodhue Kitchen Inc.. ..cabinet in-
stalling will be Joe's career.
JUDITH ELLEN KENT
Today a student, tomorrow an airline steward-
ess. ..Judy participates in C.Y.O. and water
Fashion Show 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12
Quiet and reserved. ..enjoys basketball and
baseball. ..Dennis is headed tor college.
Cap & Gown Comm. 12
Will take his place in the business world.,
perhaps in business management.
A modern dance fan. ..contemplates a career
as a professional secretarv after attending
Cheerleader 12. Alternate 11; English Club 1 1 ,
12; Senior One Act Plav; Jr. Partv Comm.;
EB.L.A. 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12
A Weymouth High majorette., will twirl high
at Bav State Academy.
Chorus 10. 11. 12: Orchestra 10. 11; KB. LA.
12: Majorette 11. 12
Our adversaries have not abandoned their ambitions — our dangers
have not diminished — our vigilance cannot be relaxed.
Active in C.Y.O. and enjoys roller skating...
will soon be seen behind a secretary's desk.
Gym Team 10; Chorus 10; Cafe. 11; Mr.
Boland's Sec't. 12
Harvey anticipates a career as an oral surgeon
..." That's quality !".
Cross Country 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11,
12: Winter Track 11. 12
Cathy loves skiing. ..is quite a football player
... quiet and considerate.
F.N. A. 11; K B. LA. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12;
Gym Team 10, 12; Powder Puff Fcwtball 12
A member of Whitman Orchestral Club , the
music of sweet success is Ed's as a teacher.
Chess 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10. 12;
Reflector 11, 12; Honors 10: High Honors 11
Belongs to C.Y.O... .Dave hopes to enter the
business field after college.
J.V. Hockey 10; Hockey 11.12
"Do you know what I mean?",
lies in the teaching profession.
Pep Club 11. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Cafe. 11;
Library Staff 11, 12; Gym Team 11, 12; Jr.
Partv Comm .
A hockey fan. ..seeks a future as a mechanical
Football Manager 11. 12; Hockev Manager
11, 12; Jr. Nom. Comm.: Sr. Norn. Comm.
Twang works at Lang's Garage.. .a career in
mechanics will please him.
Cap & Gown Comm. 12: Open House 10, 11.
A nursing home worker . Helen is headed for
training as a Registered Nurse.
Powder Puff Football 12; Library Staff 11, 12;
H.R. Mesngr. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gym
Team 11: Cafe. 12
Plays basketball for the L'nion Congregational
Church., plans to attend business school.
Pep Club 11, 12; Honors 10; F.B.LA. 12;
Soph. Party Comm.: Mrs. Cote's Secretary
A fine guitarist... Steve will strum his way
through the engineering tield.
Wrestling 12; A.V. 10. 11; Gym Team 12
[OHN LARK IN
Can be found working at Twomey's Garage...
Jack's ambition is to study at Chrysler Corpo-
Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; Open House 10, 11
Tinkers on cars now for pleasure.. .will make
it his career as an automotive technician.
Outstanding singing ability. ..Norma desires
to become an occupational therapist.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; N.E. Music Festival
10, 12; Opening Ex. 10; F.N. A. 11; Library
Club 11; S.E. and All-State Music Festival
Lenny plans to enter the field of business...
belongs to C.Y.O.
Enjoys bowling.. .will strike success in whatever
field he enters.
Bowling League 10
"Ferget it!"...Dino will dial "S" for success
as a telephone company worker.
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Powder
Puff Football 12; Chorale 11
Pete hopes to hang out his shingle as a lawyer
...here's hoping it's B.C.
English Club 12
The Business Course prepares its students for participation in the manv facets of
the business world. While particular emphasis is given to the basic skills of
shorthand and typing, attention is also given to all other phases of business
preparation. Pictured: Mrs. Dever's Class.
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An avid tennis fan. ..Dave will leap the net as
a math major.
Interested in sports cars.. .will race his way to
success as a civil engineer.
An archery enthusiast.. .will hit the bull's eye
as a math or science teacher.
Speech Club 11; Dramatic Club 11; Honors
A member of C.Y.O.... future lies in Aquinas
Business School and the medical secretarial
Shorthand Cert. 60.80: Typing Award-Vassar
Enjoys reading in her leisure., .will enter model-
ing school after graduation.
D.E., Class President
"Forescore and seven years ago"... memorizing
famous speeches is a must for any American
Secretary of Rockland Baptist Youth Fellow-
ship. ..will work first, then on to college.
Chorus 10: Ubrarv Staff 10; Mrs. Swain's
Sec t. 12; F.H.A. 12; Fashion Show 10. 12
Enjoys sports and working on cars.. .will
achieve success in whatever field he chooses.
Teaching is Dana's profession... English is his
field... Bridgewater is his college.
J.Y. Football 10; J. V. Baseball 10, ll;Honors
10: Assemblv 10
Swimming and tennis rate high with Fran. ..will
soon be found beautifying homes.
Pep Club 10. 11, 12; D.E.
A college hopeful. ..undecided in what field of
concentration he will choose.
DO ROTH V LOUD
Studious and conscientious.. .Dotty plans to
major in math and then teach.
Library- Staff 10; Reflector Lit. Staff 11 . Ass'l
Ed. 12; Math Club Sec't. 11, 12; Honors 10;
High Honors 11; Soph. Party Comm.; Latin
NANCY LOW E
Elementary education isXancv'schosencareer
...plans to attend Bridgewater...a member of
Fashion Show 10; Honors 10, 11; F.T.A. 11.
12; Jr. Party- Comm.; Pep Club 10, 11, 12
Artistic ability... takes classes at Mass. Art...
will further her education there in commercial
Pep Club 10. 11: Mr. Dolan's Sec t. 12; Re-
flector Sec't. 12
Will soon be found behind a typewriter... enjoys
bowling for fun and relaxation.
F.B.LA. 12; Mr. Mazzola's Sec't.; Shorthand
A talented writer.. .will wear his typewriter to
the bone as a journalist.
Sacred Heart High School 10, 11
Fasten your seatbelts L.a future stewardess...
when on the ground she enjoys riding and
MARY LOUISE LYONS
Will brighten the hearts of many patients.. .a
cheerful and friendly person.
Bowling League 10; Student Council 10, 11,
Treas. 12; Pep Club 10, 11; F.N.A. 11; Jr.
Class Treas.; Jr. Party Chairman; Powder
Puff Football 12; Honors 11; Reflector H.R.
Rep. 12; Jr. Nora. Comm.; Campus 12
A member of the First Baptist Youth Croup...
a secretarial position will please Shirley.
Honors 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Fashion Show 10,
11; Shorthand Cert. 60. 80: Mr. Cleaves'
Holly has definite interests in the field of
government... Colby is her choice.
Honors 10; Norn. Comm. 10. 11; Gym Team
10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Debate Club
12; Spanish Club 11: Reflector Adv. Staffl2;
Jr. Party Comm.
But now we have the military, the scientific and the economic strength
to do whatever must be done for the preservation and promotion of
A worker at Derby Auto Supply. ..Mac looks
forward to Coin Electrical School.
Jr. I'arty Comm.
A member of Pilgrim Fellowship. ..it's Navy
blue for Scotty... enjoys hunting.
Hialeah High School 11; Chorus 10, 12
Enjoys horseback riding. ..will saddle success
in the business world. .."So .' ".
Fashion Show 10, 11; Pep Club 10; Mr.
Swanson's Sec't. 12
ISAKHARA MAC U RE
Loves to dance... Barb will waltz to fame in the
Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11;
Jr. Party Comm.; Open House
Interested in golfing ...will make a hole in one
as a sheet metal mechanic.
Track; Open House; Office Duty; Sr. Prom.
Studies Japanese at Harvard. ..lots of luck as
an aircraft pilot, Ed
Re/lector Literary Staff 10, 11, 12; Re/lector
Ass 't. Photographer 1 1 , Photographer 1 2; A.V.
Club 10. 11. 12; Honors 10; Sr. Norn. Comm.
One of die phases of home economics under the guidance of Mrs. Wheeler is
clothing. Girls learn the fundamentals of fabrics and sewing machines together
with precision and good taste for color and designs. Their fashionable gar-
ments can be viewed in the display window of the lobby.
MARY ANN MALCOLM
A member of C.Y.O....when not flying as a
stewardess, may be found skating.
Chorus 10; Clothing Lab Ass't. 10, 11;
F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Daley's Sec't. 12; Fashion
Show 10, 11; One Act Plavs 12
Expressive... Bill will easily find happiness in
the future.. .hopes to attend Northeastern.
Honors 10, 11
W ILLIAM MALNATI
An able baseball player.. .will hit a home run
in the sheet metal field.
LEO XA MARAGET
Spiritual Chairman of C.Y.O....will enter the
field of legal secretarial work.
Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Reflector
Adv. Staff 12; F.B.LA. 12; Mr. Gregory's Sec 't.
12: Shorthand Cert. 60
Creative expressions.. .Ken plans attending
Mass. Art... President of Pilgrim Fellowship.
Chorus 10; Honors 10; Key Club 11, 12;
Reflector Art Staff 12; Soph. Party Comm.
Plans to enter Boston College.. .his outgoing
personality has helped him make lasting friend-
Football 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; High Honors
11; Jr. Class Vice-Pres.; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11,12;
Jr. Party Comm.; Lab Ass't. 11; Sr. Norn.
Comm.; Key Club 12
A baseball fan... Ken is sure to get to first base
as a carpenter.
Open House 10; Sr. Party Comm.
Loves tennis and bowling... Barb plans to
become a medical secretary.
F.N. A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; English Club
Howie hopes to further his education. ..the
aviation field lures him.
Sr. Prom Comm .
A member of C.Y.O....the education profession
comes after college for Steve.
Honors 10; English Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm .
Loves ice skating.. .social work interests Elaine
.. active in Rainbow.
Majorette 12; Spring Concert Usherette 11;
Fashion Show 10
A member of Rainbow...a position as secretary
in the business world is next tor Sandv.
Fashion Show 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10;
Honors 10, 11; Cafe. 11; Library Sec 't.; Short-
hand Cert. 60. 80
An orderly at South Shore Hospital. ..hopes to
enter medical field as a cardiologist.
A.V. Club 10
Micky enjoys skin diving.. .will surelv be suc-
cessful as a legal secretary.
Pep Club 11; Chorus 12; K B. L A. 12; Honors
10. 11; Reflector H.R. Rep.; Mr. Longridge's
Talented modem jazz dancer. ...Mai's future
lies in business school and accounting.
jr. Dance Comm.; I'ep Club 10, 11
A college hopeful. ..Tom plans to major in
mathematics... a member ol C.V.O.
Likes all sports. ..especially football and hockey
...Bob will score the point as a metallurgical
Track 10. 11. 12: Spring Track 10, 11. 12
MARIANN Mi DONALD
A member of C.Y.O. and Oood Council Club..
May plans a career as a secretary.
Pep Club; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Jr. Dance Comm.
Mr. DiSessa's Sec't.
Mechanical engineering is Jack's goal after
college. ..active in DeMolay.
Enjoys skiing. ..better not juggle thebookswith
Bill as an accountant.
Can often be found bowling. ..working for an
airline company is right down her allev.
Pep Club 10. 11. 12; F.B.L.A. 11. 12; Jr.
Participates in C.Y.O. sports.. .Beaverwill enter
college next fall. ..hopefully B.C.
Jr. Party Comm.; Sr. Party Comm.
A white uniform and a hospital are just what
the doctor ordered. .."Oh. crumb ! "
Chorus 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Powder Puff Foot-
ball 12; Sr. Plav Usherette
Enjoys working on cars.. .will put his training
to work as a mechanic.
Active in C.Y.O. sports.. .Skip will soar the
skies as a member of the Air Force.
Baseball 10, 11; Jr. Dance Comm. 11
Good-natured, cheerful. andgay...Bridgewater
is the next step. ..then the teaching profession.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gym Team 11, 12; Jr.
Party Comm.; Soph. Party Comm.: F.T.A. 12
"Godfrey, Moses ! "...anticipates a career work-
ing with children... active in Horizon Club.
Chorus 10; H.R. Mesngr.
A member of C.Y.O. who enjoys all sports.,
after graduation it's college for John.
Hockey 10. 11. 12; Jr. Usher
Joy loves to swim. ..will soon be found clicking
the keys of an I.B.M. machine.
Active in her Drum & Bugle Corps. ..will
march to success at I.B.M. school.
Mr. William M. Kearns Sec't. 12; F.H.A. 12
A sports fan.. .Mac will become a business
executive after college.
Band 10; Hockey 10, 11, 12;Jr. DanceComm.;
Powder Puff Football Coach and Cheerleader
Enjoys sewing. ..Judy will gain the respect and
admi ration of her students.
Norn. Comm. 10, 11. 12: Pep Club 11, 12;
F.T.A. 12, Program Chairman 11; F.N. A. 11:
Spanish Club 11; English Club 12; Jr. Party
That strength will never be used in pursuit of aggressive ambitions — it
will always be used in pursuit of peace.
CECIL MEACHAM, JR.
Actively interested in art.. talented, too. ..Bill
hopes to enter the field of an.
Band 10: Baseball 10; Chem. Lab. Ass't 11
"It's best you don't ! "...after nursing school
Leo will become a Licensed Practical Nurse.
Pep Club 12; F.B.LA. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60;
Mrs. Donovan's Sec't. 12
Parlez-vous, Francais ?...Kathy does quite
fluently.. .will later teach French.
K.T.A. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Powder Puff Foot-
ball 12; High Honors 11; Cap & Gown
Active and friendly. ...Mousie plans to become
a French interpreter after college.
Pep Club 11, 12: Spanish Club 11; Jr. Party
Comm.: Re/lector Adv. Staff 12; Debate Club
12; Powder Puff Football 12; Sr. Norn. Coram .;
H.R. Treas. 12
Enjoys swimming.. .Beth will swim to success
as a medical secretary.
Cafe. 11; Shorthand Cert. 60;Mrs. Skehan's
Sec t. 12; Fashion Show 11; F.B.LA. 12
" W hat a panic ! "...Shortstuff enjovs all outside
activities. ..future lies in business school.
Fashion Show 10: F.B.LA. 12: Honors 10, 11;
Shorthand Cert. 60 , 80; Campus Sec't. 12;
Open House 11
An avid water sports fan.. .will never find Dick
in a clique at engineering school.
Trained in the use of hammer and saw...
contemplates a career in carpentry.
Open House 11; Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12
Active in gymnastics... will skillfully tumble her
way through college and teach physical educa-
Pep Club 12: Honors 10. 11; Chorus 12: Gvm
Team 10. 11, 12
A future Angel of Mercy. ..destined to do
wonders for her patients.
Chorus 10. 12
Pete enjoys diving. ..will dive deep as a salvage
diver.. .works in a diving shop.
After college Herb will enter the accounting
field. ..enjoys all sports.
"Hello ! "...Sandv will soon be found putting
kevs to ribbon as a secretary.
F.B.LA. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; H.R. Mesngr.
Next stop is business college.. .Roger's credits
and debits will definitely check in his bookkeep-
Active in De.Molay... Sparky anticipates a
future in the field of drafting.
Open House 11
Has an interest and talent in photography...
plans to be an accountant.. .further education
perhaps at Bendey.
Band 10, 11, 12; A.V. 10, 11, 12
A transfer from Holy Cross Academy. ..hopes
to major in music at JuiUiard School of Music.
Holy Cross Academy 10; Basketball 10;Oper-
etta'lO; Field Hockey 10; Chorus 10; Debate
11, 12; Orchestra 11 , 12; Band 11 , 12; Campus
Sales Staff 12
The graphic arts course, which offers the student complete training in the latest
printing methods, is typical of the modern vocational curriculum. Its graduates
are immediately equipped for skilled employment in the technical or trades fields.
Sally will continue her education at business
school. ..interested in public speaking and dra-
English Club 12; EB.L.A. 12; Jr. Party Comm.;
Pep Club 12
Enjoys art work. ..would like to attend a school
of engineering and become a civil engineer.
Honors 10, 11
(.All. MARIE MOONEY
Business administration at Quincy Junior Col-
lege is her goal. ..can be found waitressing at
F.B.LA. 12; Pep Club 12
A member of M.Y.F.... future goal is marriage
Interested in swimming, bowling, and cooking
...headed lor hairdressing school aftergradua-
| r. Party Comm .
Always cheerful and helpful. ..future plans lean
towards medical field.
Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.LA. 12; Reflector Adv.
Staff 12; Powder PufT Football 12; Bowling
BERT MORRIS III
A player on his church basketball team. ..plans
arc in engineering.
Honors 1 1
Always smiling. ..bowling tops his sports favor-
ites... business school comes next for Ken.
Baseball 10: Honors 10
ANN ELAINE MORRISON
Deeply interested in English. ...Morric will maj-
or in English at Boston College School of
Honors 10. 11; Reflector 11; Open House 11;
Jr. Norn. Comm.; N.C.T.E. Award Nominee
11; Pep Club 11; English Club 11; Campus
11, Literary Ed. 12; Sr. Motto Comm.
vk 1 -1
A great sportsman. ..enjoys fishing and hunt-
ing. ..Jim's future lies in law.
Basketball 10, 11; 12; Spring Track 10, 11,
12: Key Club 12; Honors 10; Sr. Prom Comm.
Enjoys all sports.. .can be found working at
Class Pres. 12; Open House 10, 11, 12; Stu-
dent Gov't. 11; Student Council 10.
Intends to further her education at Katherine
Gibbs . ttill study to become a legal secretary.
Pep Club 11. 12; F.B.LA. 11, 12; Gym Team
10; Bowling League 10; Honors 10, 11; Jr.
Party Comm.; Shorthand Cert. 60; Mr.
Clancy's Sec't. 12
A quiet girl with a pleasant manner.. .will
follow a nursing career.
A career as a secretary for Edesse... either
business school or junior college.
F.B.LA. 12; Pep Club 11. 12
After graduation "Murph" will follow a
liberal arts course... U. of M. heads the list.
Reflector 10, 11, 12; Gym Team 10, 11, 12;
Powder Puff Football 12; Soph. Party Comm.;
Jr. Party Comm.; Pep Club 11; Yice-Pres. 12
Kind and considerate... always willing to help
...sure to succeed in whatever she does.
Honors 10: Bowling League 10; Pep Club 11.
12; Opening Ex. 11; Open House 11: Powder
Puff Football 12
Enjoys sports. ..especially bowling and skating
...a future I.B.M. operator.
An active member of C.Y.O.... Jan's future lies
in secretarial work.
Honors 10; F.B.LA. 12; Mr. Ryder's Sec't. 12
W AYNE MURRAY
An ambitious student. ..Wayne plans to further
his education in the science field.
Spring Track 10; Honors 11
A future Daughter of Delian...will easily win
the trust and love of children in her care.
Pep Club 11, 12; F.N.A. 11, 12; Open House
11; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; English Club 11,
With a talent in art. Jeanette plans on further
education at art school. ..then will become an
Chorus 10; Facet Typing Award 11; F.B.LA.
12; Miss Flahertv's Sec't 12
// will never be used to promote provocations — it will always be used
to promote the peaceful settlement of disputes.
An industrious girl. ..Nellie's future includes
everything necessary for a private secretary.
F.B.LA. 11 , Recorder 12; Shorthand Cert. 60;
Mr. Ferguson's Sec't. 12; Mr Whltmore's
Navy blue for this boy...Ed'sfieJdiselectronics
A A'. 10; Grad. DanceComm .; Sr. Party Coram .
Sports minded and sincere.. .Steve's future is in
secondary school education.
Football 10, 11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Gym
Social Chairman of C.Y.O.... active in Scouting
...plans a career in education.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 12;
Honors 10, 11; F.T.A. 12; Cap & Gown
Co mm .
A water skiing fan... Tom will skim the wave
of success at business school.
Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; A.V.
10; F.B.LA. 12
"Hot ticket! "...Nick's future lies in serving his
country and Uncle Sam.
Jr. Party Comm.; Sr. Parry Comm.; Grad.
Holly McGregor, Nancy Webster, and Joanne Tancreto study with zeal in Mr.
Delahunt's biology class. Since diseases and their causes are being explored
daily, a vast and advantageous field is open to the biology student. With lec-
tures, charts, and experiments the courses are made interesting and educational.
A true friend when you need him most.. .will
flv high with the Air Force.
Soph. Nom. Comm.; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr.
Partv Comm.; Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10,
11, 12; Basketball 10
S al makes friends easily. .. contemplates a career
in phvsical education.
Pep Club 11, 12; Powder Puff Football 12; Sr.
Nom. Comm.; F.T.A. 12; Program Chairman
12; Gym Team 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm.
Hard working and industrious. ..Dick hopes
to enter Quincy Junior College.
Spring Track 10. 11. 12; Projection Club 10
Active in C.Y.O....Obie contemplates entering
the field of business administration.
Football 10, 11, 12; Wresding 11, 12; Track
10; J.M.S.V.C.; Honors 10
Jimsie plans a career in the army as an officer
...active in C.Y.O.
Spring Track 10: Winter Track 10; Wresding
11; Grad. Dance Comm.; Campus 11, Sports
Ed. 12; Powder Puff Football Cheerleader 12
"Cool as a moose ! "...Nan will make a good
housewife after business school.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; F.B.LA. 11,
Sec't. 12; Cafe. 11, 12; Fashion Show 10;
Reflector Sec't. 12; Open House 10, 11
Artistically inclined. ..will paint a bright future
as an office worker.
Gym Team 10, 11; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11;
Jr. Party Comm.; Sr. Party Comm.; H.R.
Mesngr. 12; Powder Puff Football 12
Enjoys swimming. ..Peggy will swim with the
tide as a foreign secretary.
Honors 10, High Honors 11; F.B.LA. 11.
Yice-Pres. 12; Open House 11; English Club
12; Cafe. 10, 11; Miss Andem's Sec't. 12
"Hey, you guys ! "...Mickie's future lies in
ledgers and housework.
Cardinal Cushing High 10, 11; F.H.A. 12;
F.B.LA. 12; Jr. Red Cross 10
Eddie is inspired by the religious life.. .dislikes
being blamed for Dickie's errors.
Football 10; Honors 10; Cross Country 11,
12; Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12;
Grad. Dance Comm.
Enjoys sewing.. .Okie will be an asset to any
hospital ward. ..a member of Good Counsel
Active in C.Y.O... .Larry anticipates furthering
his education in college.
Basketball 10; Cross Country 11, 12; Winter
Track 11, 12; Spring Track 11, 12; Track Co-
Captain 12; Honors 10. 11
RICH A HI) O'CONNOR
"Cute ! "...Dick plans to become a coach after
college.. .dislikes being called Eddie.
Cross Country 11, 12; Winter Track 10, 11,
12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Honors 10; Sr.
Prom Comm.; Powder Puff Football Cheer-
An avid swimmer.. .Gail aspires to become a
legal secretary after college.
Bowling League 10; Honors 10, 11; Pep Club
11, 12; F.B.LA. 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 12;
Reflector Sec't. 12
Loves dancing.. .Joe will waltz to success in
whatever she does.
Gym Team 11
A member of C.Y. ().... after graduation Barry
will enter college.
ED MIND OLSON
Ed is interested in biology. ..will major in
science at college and enter the held.
Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10; New England
Music Festival 11; Honors 10, 11; Latin Cert.
10; Reflector Staff 11, 12; Chem. Lab. Ass't.
11; Physics Lab. Ass't. 11, Head Ass t. 12;
Biology Club 11; Jr. Nom. Comm.; Jr. Usher,
Nat. Council of Teachers of Eng. Contest
A volunteer at South Shore Hospital. ..Man-
has a wide field of interest and a wide circle
of friend s.
Chorus 10; Pep Club 10, 11, Sec't.-Treas. 12;
F.N. A. 10, 11, 12: English Club 12; Jr. Party
Comm.; Spanish Club 11; Gym Team 10. 11;
Sr. Parrs - Coram .
A talented songstress... Kathy will become a
legal secretary... active in C.Y.O.
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Majorette 11, 12; Gvm
Team 10, 12
"Forget it ! "...becoming a medical secretary
is Pam's goal.. .a member of Rainbow.
MAUREEN O TOOLE
Active and energetic. .hairdressing and beauti-
cian work are Maureen's chosen career.
Fashion Show 10; H.R. Mesngr.
A warm personalitv... Karen contemplates a
career as an x-ray technician.
Bowling 10; Spanish Club 11: English Club
11, 12; Pep Club 11. 12; F.N. A. 11, 12: Re-
flector Adv. Staff: H.R. Treas. 12; RidingClub
12; Cap & Gown Comm.
"Hit the bricks". ..Bob will further his educa-
tion at college. ..preferably B.C.
Student Council 11, 12; Cap & Gown Comm.;
Basketball Man. 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11,
12; Key Club 11, Pres. 12; Honors 10; Open
House Usher 11; Opening Ex. 10, 11; Re-
flector H.R. Rep. 12
Enjoys people.. .buying as a career interest
Gail. .."My error".
Fashion Show 10; Honors 10
A member of Rainbow. ..Linda hopes to become
a medical secretary.
Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.LA. 12; Mrs. Thomas'
Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60
A member of Weymouth Bible Club... Marcia
plans to attend junior college.
Library Staff 1 1 , 12; High Honors 1 1
Personality and friendliness... Pat hopes to open
his own carpentry business someday...
Open House 10, 11, 12; Honors 10
"Come on, Weymouth, get up and go!"...
Rainie, our head cheerleader,is bound for B.U.
Student Council 10, 11, Corr. Sec't 12; Sr.
Nom. Comm.; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Honors
10, 11; Cheerleader 11, Head Cheerleader 12
GEORGE PELLETIER, JR.
A Patriot Ledger worker..." Keep it cool!"...
George will continue his studies at Wentworth.
Quick wilted and clever... active in church bas-
ketball. ..travel and foreign work await her.
Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party
Comm.; Honors 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.;
One Act Play 1 1
Works at Bradlees'.John will streak through
the sky with the Air Force.
Hockey 10; Jr. Party Comm.
"Think nothing of it ! "...interested in playing
the accordian... education is Karen's field.
Opening Ex. 10, 11 ; Summer Reading 1 1; H.R.
Mesngr. 11; Sr. Play L'sherette; Library Staff
We in this country, in this generation, ate— by destiny rather than
choice — the watchmen on the walls of world freedom.
Active in C.Y.( I....J ack intends to go on to prep
si hoed and college after graduation.
Gym Team 11; Bowling League 10
An industrious student. ..Audi plans a future in
college and teaching.
Pep Club 12; F.T.A. 12; Reflector Adv. Staff
12; Honors 10
Garol will soon be found at an office as secre-
tary to an executive.. .a C.Y.O.'er.
11. R. Rep. 10; Jr. Party Comm.; E.B.L.A. 12;
Pep Club 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 12
Mechanically minded. ..Rob plans to attend
Burdetl and major in business administration.
Adept at the piano keys. ..the key to Pat's
future is in certified public accounting.
A.V. 10; Pep Club 10; H.R. Rep. 10, 11, 12
Sue will easily find success in the future as she
has found it here..." Hot ticket!".
Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.
Kim contemplates a future as a medical secre-
tary. ..enjovs bowling and skating.
Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.LA. 11, Treas. 12; High
Honors 10; Honors 11; Jr. Party Comm.;
Campus Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60. 80
Enjoys all sports.. .Bob's future lies in the field
"Oh, great ! "...speedy on the typewriter.. .Al
plans a career as a secretary.
Honors 11; Miss Vining's Sec't. 12; Mr.
O'Meara's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60. 80
Loves dancing... secretarial work will be but a
two-step for Helen.
Shorthand Cert. 60. 80; Miss Norris' Sec't. 12
An avid horseback rider.. .will hurdle all prob-
lems as a future secretary.
Works at Friendly's...B utch hopes to enter
college and become a mathematician.
Hockey 10; Baseball 10. 11; Spanish Club 11;
Powder Puff Football Cheerleader 12; Wrest-
A true friend. ..considerate and always willing
to help...Ginny will become a medical secretary.
Bowling 10; Jr. Nom. Comm.; Honors 10, 11;
F.B.LA. 12; Mr. Dwyer's Sec't. 12
A soloist in chorus. ..Aud plans a future as a
Band 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Chorus 10
Tinkers on cars...Wally's future lies in the
field of plant mechanics.
Gym Team 10
Keeps on the move by racing stock cars as a
hobby. ..wants to join the Marines.
College is ahead for Stephic.then a medical
career as an X-ray technician or a Registered
F.N.A. 11, 12
In our developmental reading program students improve their reading perform-
ance in both rate and comprehension. Here Marilyn McCarty and Eugenia
Spann are working with the pacing machines as Mr. McCarthy checks them.
Would like to enrich young minds. ..educa-
tion is the answer.
Pep Club 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; Reflector \\,
12; Latin Cert. 10
Coming in for a landing. . N ancy has high
hopes (o become an airline stewardess.
Hand 10: Orchestra 10; Dartmouth 10; Sacred
Heart Academy 1 1
An outstanding W.H.S. sportsman. ..the Ma-
rines lie ahead for Palmy.
Football 10, 11, 12; Cap & Cown Comm.
GLORI A POP KEN
Creative and artistic. .Glo will become an art
teacher after Mass. Art.
Pep Club 11; Spanish Club 11; Campus 12
A friendly person.. .a volunteer who will attend
the New England Baptist School of Nursing.
Cheerleader 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12;
Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Debate 12;
P.N.A. 12: Honors 10. 11
Amateur radio takes up much ol Pat s time...
hopes to enter the electronical engineering Held.
Football 10. 11. 12; Gymnastics 11; Track 10,
11.12: W restling 12
A photography fan. ..Ed contemplates a career
in the field of offset photography.
Open House 10, 11. 12
Spends her leisure hours skating. ..would like
to gain a position as a dental hygienist.
Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 10, 11. 12
Scientifically minded. ..after graduating from
college, Don will hang out his shingle as an
M.D... .President of his L.R.Y. group.
Biology Club 11; Lab Ass't. 11; Football 10,
Kmie enjoys electronical work. ..hopes to
further his knowledge at electronics school.
An active member of Y.P.F....AI will sail with
the wind in the Coast Guard.
A definite talent for art.. .after college Mayn a rd
will become a math teacher.
Honors 10, 11: Campus 10. 11; Co-Art Ed.
12: Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Norn. Comm.; Gym
Team 10. 11; Jr. Party Comm.; H.R. Mesngr.
10; Sr. Motto Comm.
Inspired by the principles of justice... Steve has
decided to become a lawyer.
Basketball 10, 11, 12; Open House 11; Cam-
pus 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11; Key-
Club Treas. 12
Sketching is Kathi's main hobby. . hopes to
enter art school after graduation.
Fashion Show 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Campus
Art Staff 11; Pep Club 11, 12
Jim plans on entering Rochester Institute of
Technology ...future lies in printing manage-
Basketball 10, 11, 12; Baseball 11, 12; Class
Sec't.-Treas. 12; Student Government 10, 11,
12; Open House 10, 11. 12
ROB LEY RAY
Rob enjoys fishing.. .sure to make a catch
managing his own store.
Excellent in art. .look at the next painting you
see; the signature may be Janny's.
Golfing is one of Bill's pastimes. ..interested in
joining the Air Force.
An officer of DeMolay...Lea will help our
courts administer justice.
Chorus 10. 11, 12
Quiet and friendly. ..college and the field of
engineering are in Bob's future.
"Oh my gosh ! "...junior college is the first
stop on the road to a secretarial position for
Grad. Dance Comm.
We ask, therefore, that we may be worthy of our power and responsi-
Be prepared for the unusual. ..Bobbi will travel
down the thorny path of peace through the
Soph. Party Comm.; Latin Cert. 10; Honors
10. High Honors 11; F.N. A. 11; Campus 11,
Sales Ed. 12; One Art Plays 12; Sr. Motto
Sheila hopes to receive her training at Chand-
ler.. .then become a medical secretary.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Re/lector Adv. Staff 12;
F.N.A. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Powder Puff Football
12; Grad. Dance Comm.
Nat will enter Northeastern... medical technol-
ogy is her chosen profession.
Latin Cert. 10; English Club 11. 12; Pep Club
11, 12; F.N. A. 12, Treas. 11; Spanish Club
11; High Honors 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.;
Sr. Party Comm .
NANCY LEE ROBBINS
"Probably "...will attend business school next...
then will be found behind a typewriter.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.LA. ll,12;Jr. Party
Comm.; Fashion Show 10; Mr. Concannon's
A part-time worker at Stearns. ..New England
Baptist will give Gail her knowledge of nurs-
Honors 10, High Honors 11; Soph. Nom.
Comm.; English Club 11; Pep Club 11;F.N.A.
Bowling is Mouse's favorite pastime.. .bound
to bowl them over in her art career.
Mechanical drawing classes afford students the basis for engineering. From
small machines to homes, the students design and interpret drawings. They ac-
quaint themselves with the proper methods and useful tools of engineering and
architecture. Pictured: Mr. DiSessa and class.
A member of the Weymouth Sportsman's Club
...Bemie is planning a career in the nursing
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.
A champion bowler... to become a business
teacher is Sher's goal. ..active in C.Y.O.
Pep Club 10. 11, 12; F.B.LA. 11, Yice-Pres.
12; Gvm Team 10; Jr. Party Comm.; H.R.
Mesngr. 11. 12; Campus Sec't. 12; Reflector
Adv. 12; Office Work 12; F.H.A. 12; F T A
12; Open House 11
Interest in people.. .this trail wj
Pep Club 10, 11. 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12;Jr. Parts
Comm.; Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Mr. Ray-
mond's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60. 80; Sr.
Play Usherette; ll.R. Treas. 12
FRANCIS ROBINSON, JR.
Editor of his C.Y.O. news paper... the field of
mathematics beckons Robin.
Chess Club 11, 12; Math Club 11, 12; A.V.
Ricky will be an asset on any college campus
...can be found skiing down the slopes.
Student Council 10; Basketball 10; Jr. Norn.
Comm.; F.B.LA. 12; Honors 11
Sandv works at Tufts Library.. .interests lie in
languages and government.
Bowling League 10; Spanish Club 11; Jr.
Party Comm.; Sec't. 11; High Honors 10, 11;
Pep Club 10; English Club 11
"Oh, ya?"...Mark works at A & L Sawdust
Shops. ..desires to continue his trade.
Enjoys various sports.. .especially active and
able in water skiing and baseball.
Construction work seems inviting to Jim.
perhaps he will join the Marines first.
Can be seen on the tennis courts. ..hopes to
become a part of court activity as a lawyer.
Key Club 12; Basketball 11, 12; Track Mgr.
Always busv whether in school or out.. .after
Jackson, Es hopes to enter foreign service...
Worthy Advisor of Rainbow.
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Sec't. 12; Campus 11,
12; Ass't. Ed. 12; Pep Club 11; Lib. Aid 11;
Jr. Party Comm.; Sr. Nom. Comm.; High
Honors 11: Honors 10; Student Council Alter-
nate 12; Sr. Party Comm.
Anne will soon be found withastackof ledgers
..."I don't know. "
Participates in church basketball and Pilgrim
Fellowship. ..accounting is the field for Bruce.
Pam is a member of Rainbow. ..a future hair
Fashion Show 10, 11; Mr. Regan's Sec't.;
Miss Hackett's Assistant; H.R. Treas. 12
"You better believe it ! "...Charlie looks to
fashion designing for her career.
Rosie will soon be heard clicking the keys of
an I.B.M. machine... speedy and efficient.
Pep Club 10. 12; F.B.LA. 12; Opening Ex.11;
Fashion Show 10. 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10.
11. 12; Grad. Dance Comm.
WILL LAM RUDDER
Active in sports such as basketball, tennis, and
golf.. .will score the point as a teacher.
Pep Club 11. 12; Golf Team 12; Cross Countrv
10; Track 10
" How about that ? "...gains valuable experi-
ence from her library work for her future
English Club 11. 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11;
Pep Club 12; Jr. Party Comm.
Mai's bell will ring as her typewriter carriage
returns to fill a blank paper with words. .."'Hot
Pep Club 11. 12
AN IT A RUSSO
An efficient secretary. ..will be a definite asset
to any accounting firm.
Pep Club 10, 11; Honors 10, 11; Opening Ex.
11; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.;
F.B.LA. Treas. 11, Pres. 12; Campus Sec't.
12; Reflector Adv. Ed. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60
"Fancy that! "...Lee contemplates a future in
legal secretarial work. ..active in C.Y'.O.
Pep Club 11; Dramatics 11. 12; One Act Plays
IT. Opening Ex. 11; Jr. Partv Comm.; English
WAYNE SAB E AN
Gene will follow a career as a member of the
A member of Waltner League.. .Diz anticipates
a future in nursing.
Opening Ex. 10. 11; Pep Club 10. 11
Adept at addition and subtraction. ..Pete will
enter the teaching profession in mathematics.
Key Club 12; Jr. Usher
Active in C.Y.O.... Sue's future lies in the medi-
cal secretarial field.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector
Adv. Staff 12
Lee hopes to become a draftsman. ..would like
to enter Northeastern. .. "Mother !".
Full of fun.. .even-body's friend. ..Tim will
easilv succeed in business school.
Band 10, 11; Orchestra 10; F.B.L.A.; Powder
Puff Football Cheerleader 12
"Hey, slugger ! "...a nurse's training, especial-
ly at Deaconess, would be perfect for Gayle.
Pep Club 10, 11; F.N.A. 11, 12; Honors 10;
Lib. Staff 11; Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Chorus
Considerate.. .her outward personality will aid
her as a sales lady.
Fashion Show 10. 11
Active in her drum and bugle corps. ..Di is
headed for business school next
Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11,
12; Majorette; Spring Concert Usherette 11,
Bobbie will soar to succeess as an airline
hostess. .."Forget it! ".
Pep Club 10; Majorette 11. 12; F.B.L.A. 12;
Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Grad. Dance Comm.;
Opening Ex. 11; Spring Concert L'sherette 11,
12; Powder Puff Football 12
Always smiling.. . B ruce plans to major in sci-
ence in college and become a biologist.
that we may exercise our strength with wisdom and restraint
Active in C.Y.O....Dave contemplates a future
in the field of accounting.
Sensitive and friendly... Paul will sail through
the clouds as a pilot.
A speedy stenc.Elayne's efficiency will aid
her as a secretary.
Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 12; EH. A. 12;
Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; Fashion Show 11, 12;
Shorthand Cert. 60
Active in C.Y.O....the engineering field is the
career for Scop.
A sport in every sense of the word ...Bill will
become a physical education instructor.
Football 10, 11, 12; Wresding 10, 11; Track
10, 11; Kev Club 12; Jr. Party Comm.; Book
Fair 10, 11
"Hot ticket ! "...Van desires to become a nurse
after attending U. of M.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N.A. 11, Sec'L 12; Jr.
Nom. Comm.; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Jr. Party
Comm.; Cap & Gown Comm.
"I don't know !"... Donna's love for sewing
and cooking will be put to use as a home
F.B.LA. 11, 12; Miss Toomey's Sec't 12;
Opening Ex. 11
A member of Rainbow. ..Dee will be found at
an LB. M. school.
Pep Club 11, 12; Fashion Show 12; F.H.A. 12
"Hi! "...a smile for everyone.. .Mary will
brighten the days for her future patients.
Campus 12; Opening Ex. 11; F.N.A. 11, 12;
Gym Team 10; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party
Comm.; Soph. Nom. Comm.; Debate Club 12;
Chorus 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12
"Oh, for the good old days ! "...Rich's future
lies in sheet metal work.
Open House; Office Duty. Student Gov't.
"That's cute! "...and so is Colleen. ..plans a
career in hairdressing.
"Probably". ..need a house built ?... Dave will
become an architectural engineer.
Cross Country 10, U, 12; Track 10, 11, 12
Quiet and well-mannered. ..it's Uncle Sam and
Navy blue for Kathy..."How about that?".
Our gift from Boston Technical High School
...Mousev serves in the Naval Reserves.
Boston Technical High School 10, 11
JOHN SHEEHAN, JR.
Jack works at Bradlees... electronical engineer-
ing is in his future.. .plans to attend Wentworth.
Football 10; Jr. Party Comm.
A definite talent for art. .will brighten hospital
wards as a nurse.
Mr. McCarthy's Sec't. 12; A.V. Sec't. 12;
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100
Works as a part-time secretary. ..hopes to at-
tend the Peabody School for Girls.
Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Fashion Show 12;
Shorthand Cert 60
The up-to-date equipment and well-qualified instructors in the electronics shop
provide excellent training for boys interested in this field. Skip Stockbridge and
Paul White are studying the changes in a varying current shown on the oscil-
A scientifically minded student. .will be a
physicist after graduating from M.I.T.
Campus 12; Cross Country 11, 12; Track 11,
12; Jr. Usher; Lab Ass't. 11, 12; High Honors
11; Honors 10; Opening Ex. 10
JOSEPH SKA HILL
Joe works at the Stop & Shop. ..college lies
ahead for him.
Wrestling 11, 12
Pull of humor and fun. ..a future Bridgewater
co-ed who will major in languages.
Honors 10, 11; Fashion Show 10; Latin Cert.
10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Jr. Party Comm.;
Opening Ex. 11; English Club 11, 12; F.T.A.
11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Campus 11, 12
Interests lie in languages. ..studies Japanese at
Thayer Academy. ..will make an efficient
Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Campus 12; H.R.
Mesngr. 10; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; High
Honors 11; Honors 10; Spanish Club 11;
Opening Ex. 10
A friendly personality. ..hopes to enter the
Campus Sec't. 12; Honors 10; High Honors
11; Opening Ex. 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80
Beth plays the piano. ..will be an excellent
secretary for some V.I.P.
Chorus 10, 11, 12; High Honors 10; Honors
11; Fashion Show 10. 11; Shorthand Cert. 60;
Mr. Cleaves' Sec't. 12
EUGENE SMITH. Ill
Everybody's friend. ..Gene wants to work his
way up the ladder of government.
Honors 10; Soph. Party Comm.; J.M.S.V.C.
10, 11, 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 12; Key
Club 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Opening Ex. 10
Quiet and reliable.. .after business school Greg
will enter accounting.
Enjoys horseback riding on weekends., antici-
pates attending a school for beauticians.
Shorthand Cert. 60; Mr. Chop's Sec't. 12
Number, please... a future telephone operator...
works part-time as a salesgirl.
Pep Club 11, 12, F.B.LA. 12; Grad. Dance
Good-natured and considerate... Smitty, now in
the Naval Reserves, plans to become a carpen-
Yice-Pres. 12; Student Gov't. 10, 11, 12; Office
Guide 10. 11, 12
Smitty hopes to enter college.. .wants to be an
Mechanically inclined... Ken would like to enter
an electronics school.
Chess Club 12
A happy oudook... would like to attend Mans-
field Beauty Academy.
Pep Club 10. 12; F.B.LA. 12
'"Ship Ahoy ! "...an accomplished sailor.. .looks
forward to attending broadcasting school
English Club 12; Honors 10; Jr. Nom.Comm .;
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Mr. Dempsev's Sec'L
ROBERT SPA DA
Has a part-time position at a supermarket,
college lies ahead for Bob.
Opening Ex. 11; Football 10, 11
PAUL SPAR DA
A quiet way. ..Paul hopes to further his educa-
tion at Northeastern.
personality. ..will enter
Miss Toomev's Sec't. 12; Powder Puff Foot-
ball 12; Opening Ex. 10; Pep Club 10; Short-
hand Cert. 60; Sr. Party Comm.
New England novice men's ice-skating cham-
pion of 1962. ..will cut a figure in business ad-
ALEXANDER STEEL. JR.
Jay enjoys many sports. ..to become a veteri-
narian after college is his goal.
Hockey 10. 11, 12; J.V. Baseball 11
A transfer from Nordi Quincy... plans to go to
W'enfworth... likes to work on cars.
North Quincy 10, 11
— and that we may achieve in our time and for all time the ancient
vision of peace on earth, good will toward men.
Participates in sports activities.. .Bill would like
to be a machinist.
Winter and Spring Track 10; Football 10. 11.
Chris is a formidable debating opponent...
college is her future.
Campus 12; Debate Club 11, Vice-Pres. 12;
English Club 11, 12; Book Store Sales Mana-
ger 11, 12; Honors 11; Pep Club 10, 1 1; Soph.
Party Comm.; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12
Works at a supermarket.. .Ga wants a job in
the commercial field.
Honors 11; Soph. Party Comm.
A friendly approach... Kit wants to attend
Bcntley to become a certified public accountant.
Jr. Party Comm.
Kev works in an upholstery shop. ..would like
to become a teacher.
Winter and Spring Track 10, 11. 12
Interested in dietetics and becoming a dietician
...hopes to attend Garland.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Soph. Party Comm.; Jr.
Party Comm.; English Club 12; Campus 12;
Honors 10, 11; F.N. A. 12; Opening Ex. 10,
11; Powder Puff Football 12; Sr. Prom Comm.
Spanish is one of the three foreign languages offered in the curriculum. At the
end of the second year the student, aided by the most modern textbooks and bv
excellent lab facilities, has proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a lang-
uage. Pictured: Kathleen Meany. Mr. Cotugno.
A W.H.S. sportsman.. .especially enjoysweight
lifting.. .Stew has engineering plans for the
Football 10, 11. 12; Spring Track 10. 11;
Winter Track 10; Baseball 10
Participates in her church C.Y.O.... Sandy
wants to become a secretary.
Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; F.B.LA.
12; Powder Puff Football 12
ARTHUR STONE, JR.
Likes to go Scuba diving. ..Stonev wants to
Band 10. 11. 12
Di wants to further her education at business
school. ..then will enter the hairdressing field.
F.B.LA. 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Jr. Party
Comm.; Bowling League 10
A good sense of humor... college is in the future
Track 11, 12
Works at Tufts Library helping the young
readers.. .a teaching profession calls her.
Pep Club 10, 11; F.T.A. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.;
Honors 10; English Club 12
Skip bowls for the Naval Base league , his
ambition is to join Uncle Sam's service.
A prettv smile and a friendly "hello". ..secre-
tarial work lies ahead.
Gym Team 10; Jr. Party Comm.; F.B.LA. 12
Kathv plans to attend junior college.. .enjoys
F.B.LA. 12; Pep Club 11; Shorthand Cert. 60,
80, 100; Campus Sect. 12
EDWARD SWEENEY, JR.
An avid letter writer.. .has twenty pen pals from
all over the world.
"Give me a break ! "...Sully's ambition is to
become a millionaire.
Friendly and fun. ..Claire's future is in element-
ary education.. .a C.Y.O.'er.
Jr. Party Comm.; F.T.A. 12; Pep Club 11, 12;
Sr. Partv Comm .
JOHN TAGUE, JR.
"Sure thing".. .easy to get along with. ..John-
ny's future lies in cabinet making.
Ability to make friends easily. ..this will help
Tanc become a successful nurse.
Opening Ex. 10, 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12;
Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Bowling League 10;
Honors 10; Powder Puff Football 12; English
Glub 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.;
Spanish Club 11; EN. A. 11, 12; Campus 11,
Enjoys music... Lyn's future holds a steno pad
" Driving is fun !"...Jo will be seen at the keys
of a typewriter.
Mr. Campbell's Sec't. 12
Yearns to become a news editor . .never too
busy to help.
Opening Ex. 10; Debate Club 11, Treas. 12;
Powder Puff Football Cheerleader 12; Campus
11, Ass't. Ed. 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Sr. Motto
A Rainbow girl and president of church Hi
League. ..desires to teach.
Jr. Nom. Comm.; Re/lector H.R. Rep. 10, 12;
Opening F^x. 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; F.T.A.
11, 12; H.R. Mesngr. 12; Pep Club 11; Cam-
pus 11, 12
A car enthusiast. ..looking forward to a career
in engineering after Northeastern.
Band 10, 11, 12
Anticipates a career as a secretary. ..a member
Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 10; Jr. Party
Comm.; Shordiand Cert 60; F.B.L.A. 12
"Hi, ya, Tex!".. .a friendly Friendly's worker
...a future teacher hoping to attend Clarke
Latin Cert. 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.;
H.R. Rep. 11; Old Colony Club 12; High Hon-
ors 10, 11; Opening Ex. 10; Campus 11,
Identification Ed. 12
A fleet-footed trackster...an easy going life will
Student Council 10; Spring and Winter Track
10, 11, 12
An avid horse lover... a future riding instructor
...Kathy belongs to Hanson Riding Club.
Orchestra 10. 11, 12; Band 11. 12; F.T.A.
11. 12; Pep Club 12; S. E. District Music
Festival 11, 12; N. E. Music Festival 12
A pleasant girl...\\ orthv Advisor of her Rain-
bow Assembly... a future teacher.
Opening Ex. 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11,
Outstanding in school activities. ..if you find
her in court, she will be the lawyer.
Student Council 10, 11; Jr. Party Comm.;
Soph. Partv Comm.; Opening Ex. 10. 11;
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Reflector 10, 11; Eng-
lish Club 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; High
Honors 10; Honors 11; Amer. Legion Finalist
11; Campus 11, Senior Section Ed. 12
Works at the Stop & Shop after school...
Francis will soon be seen as a mechanic.
Chuck hopes to attend Wentworth Institute...
looking forward to a future in electrical en-
A bubbling personality... will brighten thehalls
of any hospital.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.N.A. 12; Honors 11;
Spanish Club 11; Jr. Partv Comm.; Campus
Quiet and thoughtful. ..participates in C.Y.O....
her future lies in English teaching.
Coventry High 10; Latin Conference 10;
French Club 10; English Club 11, 12; F.T.A.
12; High Honors 10
Enjoys sports, especially hunting... Rico has a
fine sense of humor.
Jr. Party Comm.
Head shrinker, anyone?.. .Nancy plans a
career in the field of psychiatry.
Opening Ex. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gym
Volunteers at South Shore Hospital. ..a future
Angel of Mercy.
Opening Ex. 11; Pep Club 10, 11. 12; F.T.A.
12: F.N.A. 10; Sr. Prom Comm.
That must always be our goal —and the righteousness of our cause
must always underlie our strength.
"You'd better believe it ! ". v Sandie's future lies
in social work. ..active in C.Y.O.
Jr. Party Comm.; Honors 10; F.B.LA. 11, 12;
Pep Club 11, 12; H.R. Mesngr. 10, 11; Miss
McMorrow's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60,
80; Speed Reading 12
Usually found joking, .wants to enter North-
eastern and become an engineer.
Jr. Party Comm .
Trig desires to be a business manager after
junior college. ..participates in C.Y.O.
Cross Country 10; Spring and Winter Track
10; Ass't. Football Manager 10
Sports minded. ..a welcome member ol any
crowd. ..Bob enjoys reading novels.
Football 10. 11. 12: Wrestling 11, 12; Spring
and Winter Track 10, 11. 12; Baseball 10;
Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Patty Comm.; Cap &
Likes swimming and sleeping.. .Carol hopes to
be an elementary school teacher . ."Hot ticket !"
Jr. Party Comm.; FT. A. 12; Honors Uj
Campus 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12
"Hi, guys !"...Pat plans on a career in model-
ing or hairdressing.
Mr. Medici's Sec't. 12; Mr. Klay's Sec't. 12;
Miss Hackett's receptionist 12; Jr. Party
Comm.; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Pep Club ll;Short-
hand Cert. 60. 80
Drue sets her sights on being a nurse.. .works
at South Shore Hospital.
A.V. Sec't. 12; F.H.A. Pres. 12; Opening Ex.
Never lacking in school spirit... Nance antici-
pates a career in college teaching.
Student Council 11. Sec't. 12; Pep Club 11,
Pres. 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10, 11; Open-
ing Ex. 10; Powder Puff Football 12; Book
Fair 10, 11
"Get to work ! "...headed for college next year
...Bob works at Curtis Farms.
DO XX A TfKXESA
Active in L.R.Y. and L .F.W.... Donna contem-
plates a career in the culinary arts.
Re/lector Rep. 10; Opening Ex. 10, 11
DEBORAH VAN HORN
A member of Rainbow and a bowling fan...
undecided about her future.
Reflector 10, 11. 12; Open House 11; H.R.
NANCY VAN OR DEN
Nancy. ..works at South Shore National Bank
...will study political science at college.
Cafe. 12; Jr. Party Comm.
Always cheerful and pleasant.. Jackie intends
to further her education.
F.B.LA. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Type
Cert.; Jr. Partv Comm.; Mr. Kearney's Sec't.
PAL L YIGLAS
Paul enjoys working on cars.. .hopes to be
owner of an oil business in the future.
Open House Guide 10, 11
Skilled with a hammer and saw...Deno will
make his future work carpentry.
Open House 1 1
Worthy Advisor of Rainbow. ..junior college
lies ahead for Lauren.
Opening Ex. 10. 11: Jr. Partv Comm .; English
Club 12; Powder Puff FootbaH 12
"Oh, Brother ! "...Bev's next destination is jun-
ior college. ..then perhaps a career as secretary
to a V.LP.
Chorus 10; Mr. Fisher's Sec't. 12
The biology laboratory gives interested students the opportunity and equipment
to perform group and individual research. Here students can work with speci-
mens ranging from small fish to complete skeletons. Pictured is Steve Gladis
examining slides in the small individual research laboratory.
Water skiing and boating are his favorite
hobbies. ..naval service calls Jack.
Worthy Advisor in her Rainbow Assembly...
Mai hopes to become a legal secretary after
Student Council; Gvm Team 11. 12; F.N. A.
11; Jr. Party Comm!: Pep Club 11. 12
Treasurer of P.F.... enjoys hunting and tinker-
ing with cars.. Bill plans to be a carpenter.
Open House 10, 11. 12
A transfer from Gloucester High.. .likes bowl-
ing.. .Gerry is certain to become a successful
Gloucester High 10. 11; Girls" Drill Team 10.
11; Business Club 10. 11: Flash Sec't 11;
F.B.LA. 12: Mr. Ghiorse s Sect. 12: Pep Club
J.AM ES WALSH
Jim enjoys carpentry work. ..plans to make it
his career... "That's lough ! ".
Works part-time at Woolworth's... undecided
w hether to become a secretary or typist.
Anticipates college., teaching deaf children
seems to be her chosen field.
Reflector 11, 12; Pep Club 11. 12: Latin Cert.
10; Jr. Nom. Comm.; H.R. Rep.: Powder Puff
Football 12: Cap & Gown Comm.; F.T.A. 11.
12; Honors 10, 11: English Club 11. 12
LESLIE W ATKINS. JR.
Hopes to attend Indiana Tech.. .will become a
Cap & Gown Comm. 12
Webbie is always busy. ..will be seen teaching
in elementary schools.
Bowling 10. F.T.A. 11. 12: Spanish Club 11:
Pep Club 11. 12: Jr. Partv Comm.: Sr. Nom.
Comm.: Pow der Puff Football 12: English Club
Will move out West. .to become a business
teacher is her aim.
Powder Puff Football 12: F.N.A. 12; F.B.LA.
12: Reflector H.R. Rep. 12: Cafe. 11. 12: Soph.
Partv Comm.; Bowling League 10: Pep Club
An avid horse fan.. .fond of the WesL..Dianne
will soon go into training as a nurse.
F.N.A. 11. 12; Campus 11. 12
Les hopes to attend Burdett College.. .her plans
are to become an executive secretary.
F.B.LA. 11. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Gym Team
12; Mr. Dwyer's Sec't. 12
Adie enjoys sewing and cooking.. .will enterthe
Reflector Sec't 12; F.B.LA. 12; Mr. Cleaves'
CAROL W HA LEX
Participates in many activities.. .a career in
nursing is her goal.
Pep Club 11, 12; F.X.A. 12; Jr. Party Comm.;
Powder Puff Football 12; Bowling League 10;
Opening Ex. 10. 11; Spanish Club 11
Interested in auto mechanics.. .may join the
Xavy after graduation. ..Harry will surely be
successful in his chosen career.
A stock boy at Touraine's...will fly high with
the Air Force.
Andy likes sports . .bowling especially... a posi-
tion as an accountant is his aim.
Fred is shy and quiet... an active participant
Winnie plans to attend business school... enjoys
skating and swimming in leisure hours.
Fashion Show 10, 11
Bob is adept in math. ..a career in engineering
High Honors 10, 11; Math Club 11, Pres. 12;
Key Club 12; Jr. Usher, Xom. Comm. 10, 12
An active member of C.Y.O.... success is sure
to come to Johnnv.
For as was written long ago: "Except the Lord keep the city, the watch-
man waketh but in vain. "
Bill will be successful in whatever field he
chooses. ..his present field of success is the
Football 10. 11. 12; Basketball 11. 12
Terrific in trigonometry. ..Sue plans to enter
college and the business administration field.
Soph. Party Comm.; Chorus 10, 11. 12; High
School Chorale 11, 12; Student Director, Sr.
Play; Ass't. Director, Sr. One Act Play
Don't get caught speeding... the state trooper
might be Harry.
Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Wrest-
ling 11. 12
Our educational system provides facilities and opportunities not only for aca-
demic but also for social growth. Manv extra-curricular activities are offered to
students who wish to expand their interests. Here Mike Kelly and Bonnie Bahrt
are reading for parts in the senior plav.
Dick's ambition is to become a dentist. .his
scientific achievements in high school promise
success in this field.
Cross Countrv Track 12; Science Ojjiz Team
12; Football 10, 11; Biology Club 11; Honors
10. 11; Chem. Lab Ass't. 11; Sr.PromComm.;
Sr. Class Play Comm.
Knjoys carpentry... may make it his career.. .is
now employed as a gas station attendant.
Honors 11; Re/lector H.R. Rep. 12; Sr. Nom.
Comm.; Open House 11
JANET WISH ART
An active member of Rainbow. ..a secretary for
a V I P.
Pep Club 11, 12; Bowling league 10; Powder
Puff Football 12; F.B.LA.
Active in American Legion Baseball. ..Frank
will be an industrial chemist after college.
High Honors 10, 11; Cross Country 10; Bas-
ketball 10. 11, 12: Baseball 10, 11 , 12: Student
Council 11, 12; Lab Ass't. 11; Campus 11 , 12;
Sr. Class Pres.
FRANCIS WOELFEL, III
Be prepared. ..participates in Boy Scouts.. .busi-
ness college lies ahead.
"You better believe it ! "...likes working with
figures. ..enjoys sports.
Miss Birlem's Sec't. 12
Interested in audio-visual work. ..whateverfield
Pete enters will surely bring him success.
A.V. 10, 11, 12; D.E.C.A. 12
Enjoys bowling.. .should make a perfect score
as a stenographer.
F.B.LA. 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Short-
hand Cert. 60; Powder Puff Football 12
Helpful and friendly. ..Lin will become a future
secretary and housewife.
F.B.LA. 11, 12; Mr. Kearney's Sec't 12; Pep
Club 10; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Honors 10,
"You don't say ! "...Donna plans to further
her education in college.
Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff Football
12; Jr. Nom. Comm.
Sheila Hanabury — Vivacious Editor-in-Chief of the Campus; a respon-
sible student who maintains high honor grades and has received a Na-
tional Merit Certificate
Frank Wisneski — Senior (Mass President; outstanding both scholastically
and athletically; basketball Co-captain, a member of Student Council, and
a high honor student
Marcia Dean — The cheerful and industrious Editor-in-Chief of the Reflec-
tor; a member of the Dateline Boston Science Quiz Panel
Mike Brown — A good leader and organizer; Senior (Mass
Vice-President, Student Council President, and Co-captain of
the football team
Award Winner, and Rotary Club guest
Howard Barnhart — An avid tennis player, Vice-
President of Key Club, Chairman of J.M.S.V.C.;
a constant honor student with medicine as his
Judy Gilpatrick — Senior Class Treas-
urer, Campus Feature Editor, cheerlead-
er, a member of J.M.S.V.C. and Student
Council; always active and outgoing
John Burns — Intelligent and friendly;
our all-around athlete, recipient of three
all-scholastic football awards, active in
CREAM OF THE CROP
The character of the high school student
reflects the character of the future citizen.
Those individuals who exemplify the
qualities of good citizenship in high
school are the ones who will accept the
challenge that lies beyond the high
school doors. The class of 1964 recog-
nizes these outstanding seniors as repre-
sentatives of the high calibre of our class.
Esther Rosenthal — Secretary of J .M .S.V.C., Assistant Editor
of Campus, a high honor student on the Student Council;
smiling and always willing to help
Anita Russo — Energetic and efficient as President of
F.B.L.A., Head Secretary for the Campus, and Advertising
Editor of the Reflector
Vice Pres. WHS
CLASS OFFICERS 1964
Vice Pres. WVTHS
I look forward to an America which will not be afraid of grace
and beauty; which will reward achievement in the arts as we reward
achievement in business and statecraft.. .which commands respect not
only for its strength but for its civilization as well... My call is to the
young at heart, regardless of age — to the stout in spirit, regardless of
party — to all who respond to the scriptural call: "Be strong and of good
courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed. "
It is with sincere gratitude that we, the
staff of the 1964 Campus, wish to thank
those who so unselfishly aided us in the
production of our yearbook. Our objec-
tive was to dedicate the 1964 Campus to
the President; without this assistance our
efforts would have held little meaning.
We would especially like to express our
appreciation to Mrs. Jacqueline Ken-
nedy and Senator Edward M.Kennedy.
For the unhesitating cooperation of
George Sullivan and the Boston Traveler
in providing photographic assistance,
we are indebted. We also wish to thank
Walter Donovan for his patient efforts
in the painstaking selection of President
Kennedy's memorable words — and
Mrs. Hilda Marston for her invaluable
and cheerful help all year long.
1964 CAMPUS STAFF
Jo Anne Bellamy, Diane Huebener, Elaine Slatkavich, Carol Travers
Susan ('lark, Marv Lou Lyons. Joanne Tancreto
Diane Duarte, Diane Foster, Mina Gauld
Christine Stevens, Sandra Stewart
Jay Asher, Robert Bleakney, John Burns. Nancy Clark, Steve Quintin, David
Sjostedt, Frank Wisneski
Barbara Dower. Linda Durkee, Yerna Jenkins. Laurel Sloan, Diane W'elsch
Pauline Gifford. Marv Scully, Lois Teed
Ann Dolber, Lorraine Kara. Viola Tudor
Campus Chief Secretary:
Marie Hayes. Carol Melrose. Kim Peters, Sherry Roberts. Elavne Schena.
Donna Sliva. Kathv Sullivan
Helen Gannon '65
Linda Badavas. Jay Bates
Future Business Leaders of America
159 Future Nurses of America 40
7-9 Future Teachers 36
37 Graduates 79-155
44,45 Gym Teams 76-77
74,75 Hockey 72,73
68-70 Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee 38,39
52-55 Key Club 41
58 Library Club 49
56 Math Club 32
46 Orchestra 47
158 Outstanding Seniors 156,157
161-176 Pep Club 59
67 Powder Puff Football 30,31
42,43 Reflector 50,51
4 5 Spring Track 66
59 Staff 26,28
33 Student Council 34,35
56 Tennis 78
10-25 Theme 1
60-63 Winter Track 64
48 Wrestling 71
burdette & company, inc.
/ believe a strong America is one
that leads the free world, not just
because we are the richest or the
strongest or the most powerful,
but because we exert that leader-
ship for the cause of freedom
around the globe, because we act
as well as react, because we pro-
pose as well as oppose, because
we have earned the respect of
our friends as well as the respect
of our enemies, and because we
are moving on the road to peace.
The sophomore leaders are a group of
club representatives who have been es-
pecially active in various school activi-
ties throughout the year and who have
been singled out for their eagerness and
reliability. The purpose of having such
a group is to give each one recognition
for his hard and loyal work. These
sophomores, as officers and active mem-
bers, have just begun to lead us in our
responsibilities as the class of 1966. By
donating their time to make these activi-
ties successful, they spur others on to
higher goals. We know the only way to
insure a brighter future for ourselves is
to have people who will take the initiative
and will never stop until they have done
their best. In doing this, the sophomore
leaders show their interest in the better-
ment of Weymouth High School.
Frank Tonis presiding over Key Club meeting.
Mr. Martin's French class
Albert McDonald diagramming English sen-
CAUGHT OFF GUARD
Robert Gaughen solves a mechanical drawing problem.
The sophomore pictures this year show
a class split in many minor ways but
united in the most important. The stu-
dents are located in different buildings;
the classrooms, new and old, are differ-
ent; but the class shows its spirit for the
same school; and the students are all
striving for the same goals. By follow-
ing the students up stairways, through
crowded corridors, in to the hectic caf-
eteria, and around the school, we pho-
tographed them in well-known situa-
tions, both in and out of the classrooms.
Catching them off-guard, we see them as
they really are in their daily routine. In
this way, the staff has attempted to show,
in pictures, the personality of its class
during a normal school day.
Parlez-vous Frangais ?
Sandy Wood, Mr. Hagerty, and Mr. Klay about to board a bus after school
"It's 25 degrees." Judy Riley, Bob Douglas
The library staff at work
Explaining world geography
Going through the lunch lines
Brad Cleaves and Richard Whitney busily work for Junior
Moral and Spiritual Values Committee.
Oh, those oral talks !
DOOR TO DOOR
Bobbie Ritchie, in charge of sophomore
This year, for the first time, the Campus
includes a supplement for sophomores.
Since this portion has been devoted to
them, the Sales Staff has worked diligent-
ly to promote the selling of our yearbook.
Directed by Bobbie Ritchie, and with the
cooperation of Mr. MacDonald, Mrs.
Marston, and Mr. Klay, the members of
the Sophomore Staff are proud of the fact
that their efforts have reaped great re-
Marilyn Mac Fawn selling Campuses in the cafeteria to Sheryl Baird, William Sinibaldi, Jim
McCulloch, Michael Curran
Members of Homeroom 101, who were outstanding in Campus sales
THE BIG SPENDERS
11 UJt I II
Homeroom 205 — the big spenders
Honor Roll: Frank Wilhelm, Andrew Jacobs
High Honors: David Guiliani, Lewis Lawton
Honor Roll: Top row — Gail Sorenson, Elaine Chalet. Theresa Ellis, Barbara Dunlop,
Mabel Ford, Barbara Holbrook, Theresa Fortunato, Mary Anderson, Kathy Mortinson.
Middle row — Linda Sample, Patricia Buker, Barbara Wilson, Carolyn Elder, Sally
Butler, Linda Carmichael, Ruth Brown, Margaret Winnie. Bottom row— Judy Flattery,
Loretta Sass, Patricia Cerrior, Jacqueline Dingwall. Kathleen Fogg, Sheila Gatto, Diane
Bucklev, Sandra Brown
When students show consistent ambition
in achieving their goals in the future,
they are awarded recognition in the form
of the Honor Roll. Honor and High
Honor Rolls attract the attention of the
school to these students who achieve
commendable grades. They also com-
pliment outstanding students for a job
well done and set forth an example for
others to follow.
High Honor Roll: Top row — Bruce Weeks, Chester Ford, Brad Cleaves, Meryl Meloy,
Elaine Fiveash. Bottom row— Jeanne Murphy, Susan Parker, Marcia Young, Susan
Baird, Linda Kreitman, Judy Riley
Honor Roll: Top row — George Watson, Glenn
Goudreau, Hugh Delahanty, Francis Mahady, Ed-
ward Henley, Alec Hall, John Wilson, Howard Demp-
sey, David Bostivick, John White. Middle row — Roy
Lyons, Edward Kerwin. Richard Whitney, John
Moran, Alfred Watkins. Charles Deacon, Gasper
Tringale, Robert Douglas, Sandra Bartch, Cheryl
Mansfield. Bottom row— Janet Harrington, Kathy
Bacon, Marcia Conroy, Jean Furlong, Kathv Murphy,
Lyn Massey, Pamela Jacobson, Betsy Gilbert
Honor Roll: Top row — Linda Threlfall, Louise
Spillane, Paul Laverty, Shirley Bates, Marilyn Thayer.
Bottom row — Claire Milmore, Diane Roberts, Linda
Trebon, Barbara Popken
Honor Roll: Top row — Dorothy Dodge, Mary
Cunningham, Carol Peterson, Donna Carchido, Bri-
gita Bergs, Joyce Reardon, Maureen McGaughney,
Carol Darling, Laura Ferrisi, Jean Kelly. Middle row
— Mark Donellan, Mike Curren, Chip Dewar, David
Lynch, Joe Totman, Jerry Maxley, William Murphy,
Robert Tekin, Robert Cruickshanks. Bottom row —
Sandra DePari, Joyce Norwood, Pat Thomas, Elaine
Edgren, Sue Bechtold, Kathy Brown, Marylin Curtin
Mr. Kearney and Sophomore Campus Staff
The Sophomore Campus Staff listens intently to Mr. Kearney.
Since this was an experimental year for
a sophomore supplement, the sopho-
mores faced a difficult task. Attempting
to produce a successful and entertaining
yearbook, they worked completely un-
trained. Many hours were spent by the
staff planning, writing, and photograph-
ing. The work was done by the sopho-
mores themselves, but without the help
of the Juniors, this supplement would
not have been possible.
The Sophomore Campus Staff arrives for a meeting.
/ believe a strong America is one
that leads the free world, not just
because we are the richest or the
strongest or the most powerful,
but because we exert that leader-
ship for the cause of freedom
around the globe, because we act
as well as react, because we pro-
pose as well as oppose, because
we have earned the respect of our
friends as well as the respect of
our enemies, and because we are
moving on the road to peace.
The junior class can look with pride on
the year's accomplishments. We have
added to Weymouth High School in the
fields of scholarship, leadership, service
and loyalty. Although divided as soph-
omores in both the new and old high
schools, the class of 1965 has been uni-
fied in its goals. In all school projects
and activities we have contributed en-
thusiasm and spirit.
We have looked to the senior class for
leadership and have willingly supported
them. Now as we prepare to assume our
roles as the next senior class, we must
rely on the next junior class for its sup-
port. We have served two years of ap-
prenticeship at Weymouth High School
well and can look ahead confidently to
the final year's preparation before seek-
ing our futures independently.
CLASS OF 1965
Electing four students from hundreds is
a difficult job, and the honor of being
one of those elected should be considered
great. Class officers must serve as a link
between their classmates and the rest of
the school, keeping each in contact with
the plans and activities of the other.
Last year the junior class officers, Harry
Ciblin, David Ellison, Helen Gannon,
and Virginia Meany, were elected by the
class as their representatives. These four
people began the task of uniting our
class, which had been divided during its
entire sophomore year, a factor which
might have severely damaged our
school spirit. Under the direction of
Miss Meade and Mr. Powers, the officers
planned the events of our junior year,
among them our class party. The faith
of the junior class has been entrusted to
our officers, as people we consider ca-
pable in their responsibilities of judg-
ment and leadership.
Junior Class Officers: President, Harry Giblin;
Secretary, Helen Gannon; Vice-President, David
Ellison; Treasurer, Virginia Meany.
John Vaster, Gerald Waylor. William Senters, Hugh MacKinnon, Paul Maloney, Walter Julian, Larry Straw and Kenneth Stuart
participate in Student Government.
The Vocational School Student Govern-
ment actively serves the school by
striving to improve it. It endeavors to
assist in upgrading citizenship, neatness,
discipline, and honor in and out of
school. The vocational juniors and sen-
iors themselves elect the members as w ell
as its chairman, who presides over all
meetings. Each year they also select
promising sophomores to participate the
following year. There are approximate-
ly twenty representatives, one from each
division. They carry a great deal of
responsibility and use wise judgment in
the varied situations confronting them.
Modem machinery aids Thomas Reid. a voca-
Future nurses Dorothy McCann and Arlene Cannon animatedly discuss their activities.
Judy MacMillan prepares for gym meet.
These members of our junior class have
been especially active in various school
activities throughout the year. They
have been selected from the participants
of the numerous clubs and organiza-
tions as those who have been outstand-
ing. These juniors, as officers and active
members, have led us in our responsi-
bilities as the class of 1965. By do-
nating their time to make these activities
successful, they have shown their interest
in the betterment of Weymouth High
Helen Gannon and Donald Casperson post a Junior Moral
and Spiritual Values Committee sign.
John Vaster and Gerald Waylor discuss their problems in Student
Karen Lofgren and Dee Thompson work on a chemistry Carol Shippee and Richard King rehearse for a concert,
High Honor Roll: Top row — Karen Lofgren, Kdwina Hartshorn. Janet vonBerg. Virginia Meany, Elaine Armstrong, Maija Bergs,
Paul Johnson, Edward Mclnnis. M iddle row — Maureen Killoran. Dorothy Allen. Rebecca Hamlin. Pamela Bailey, Donald Casper-
son, Michael Busa, David Hyland, Donald Chubbuck. Front row — Ellen I.amond. Joanne Merchant, Dorcas Thompson, Judith
Kuhn, Karen Whittaker, Linda (look, Helen Cannon.
Our junior class is proud of its 100
members who have achieved high honor
or honor roll status. The junior Campus
staff feels that these members of our
class particularly deserve recognition be-
cause of their outstanding efforts in their
studies. In order to attain high honors
a student must have an "A" average;
for honor roll, a "B" average. The
importance of scholastic accomplish-
ment cannot be overstressed. In the
highly competitive world of today an
education is a necessity. The excellent
students of today become the outstand-
ing citizens of tomorrow.
Vocational Honor Roll: Seated — Kenneth
Stuart. Standing: Paul Stuart, Kenneth
Hurlburt, John Iacabucci, Charles Glass,
Joseph Maher, Walter Julian, Hugh Mac-
Kennon. and Ronald Perry.
Honor Roll: Top row — Michael Feeney, James Dunn,
Donald Jackson, Ronnie Frado, Curtis Adams, Robert
Angelo, Donald Spillane. William Nugent, Edward
Scoppettuolo. Middle row — Linda Frenez, Cathy
Courtney, Patricia Frey, Cheryl Gomer, Susan Libby,
Kathleen O'Hearn, Linda Wickland, Karen Martin.
Front row — Patricia Gardner, Lorraine Files, Linda
Carlson, Deborah Xicholls, Marijane Hartley, Janet
Lucas, Carol Shippee, Ann Dolber.
Honor Roll: Top row — Paul Morrison. Neil Loud,
Donald Marino, Richard Moorhouse. Middle row —
Robert McDonald, Timothy Montgomery. Barbara
McKenzie, Elizabeth Paccioretti, David Drinan. Front
row — Grace Murray. Barbara McDonald, Karen
Hutchinson, Kathleen DeCoste, Ellen Silva.
Honor Roll: Top row— Jeff Butler, Paul Smith,
Stanley Oliver, Arthur Doine, Peter McCarthy, Richard
Burrell, Bruce Campbell, David Ellison. Middle row —
Betty Clark, Priscilla Hodges, Ann Connolly. Kathleen
Connolly, Elene Aherne, Linda Jamieson. Evelyn
O'Brien, Sandra Griggs, Marie Furbush. Betty Hanian.
Front row — Claire Grogan, Priscilla Broberg, Gloria
Shute, Sandra Nichols, Marguerite Rosebach, Elaine
Fitzgerald. Roberta Ceruti, Mary Hayward, Donna
Sales Staff: top — Marijane Hartley, Virginia Meany, Maija Bergs, Anne Connolly. Donna Hyland, Viola Tudor, Ellen
Lamond; bottom — Ellen Silva, Nancy Nicholson, Kathy McCone, Deborah Nicholls, Janet Orfanello, Barbara MacKenzie
Sales Staff: top— David Ellison. Konald Krado, John Willy. Karen Whittaker. David Haley, Carl Roberts, Pamela Bailey;
bottom — Kathy Keating. Janet Smith, Arleen Cannon, Ann St. Peter. Rebecca Hamlin, Elaine Armstrong, Dorothy McCann,
ENTHUSIASM - PLUS
Thanks to the efforts of the Junior
Campus Sales Staff and the cooperation
of the junior homerooms, more year-
books were sold to juniors this year than
ever before. The Junior Sales Staff, con-
sisting of forty-four members, enthusias-
tically took orders for the Campus be-
tween November and January. They
sold more than five hundred copies to
their classmates. Charlotte Dillon, sell-
ing thirty-three yearbooks, led the Junior
Sales Staff with her ambitious salesman-
ship. In addition, homerooms 131 and
235 were well represented, showing 90
per cent sales.
Cheerfully, Carole Burns manages Junior Sales.
I'riscilla Hodges and Paul Cameron practice scales.
The beginning of another day
THE LONGEST DAY
The start of a day at Weymouth High
provides many opportunities for the stu-
dent in many different fields. From the
time he steps into his first class at 8:00
A.M. until the end of the school day,
there are a great number of classes and
activities which both increase his knowl-
edge and aid him in preparing for his
vocation in later fife. Only the provident
student who utilizes these opportunities
and tries earnestly and sincerely to do
his best will profit from them.
Tired students at the end of the dav
Weymouth High School does not limit
its students to one field or course of
study. A student with varied interests
may choose from the College, Business,
General, or Vocational courses, and in
each find one or more subjects which
will be of importance to him. A good
curriculum always motivates the student
to do his best. The curriculum at Wey-
mouth High is formed to offer the best
in training for students, whether they in-
tend to further their education after grad-
uation or go directly into some form of
business. A person attending Weymouth
High School should consider himself ex-
tremely privileged, for our school real-
izes the individual interests of its students
and offers an excellent variety of courses.
One who has graduated from our school
is always prepared to accept the respon-
sibilities of any future challenges.
Mike Feeney and Marie Morse conjugating the verb "envoyer'
Substitutes Mr. Sullivan and Mr. DeCoste answer a call to the bull pen.
The staff of the junior Campus has
provided the junior class with both a
review and a preview of its years at
Weymouth High. This review permits
the class to inspect its many past accom-
plishments, while the preview looks for-
ward to its new opportunities inthecom-
ing senior year. During our sophomore
and junior years the class has enthusias-
tically supported the ideas and activities
of the upperclassmen, while at the same
time it attempted to contribute its own
ideas for the general benefit of the entire
school. We began to assume our many
responsibilities of leadership in prepara-
tion for our most important year ahead
and to develop ourselves as individuals,
rather than just a group of followers.
On the pages of the junior Campus sup-
plement, the staff has endeavored to
point out the personality and individual-
ism of our class, a class which we feel
confident has already begun to leave its
impression on Weymouth High School.
Helen Gannon, Editor, and Mr. Kearney, Advisor, check some copy for the
Junior Campus staff: Karen Lofgren, Priscilla
Hodges, Judith Kuhn, Charlotte Dillon, Virginia
Meany, Maija Bergs, Pamela Bailey, Linda
Jamieson, Denise Coughlan, Dorcas Thomp-
son, Marcia Consentino.